SIMPOL Insights

Robert Cobbold

Welcome to SIMPOL Insights, a series of interviews with today’s leading thinkers in the field of civilisation design, collective intelligence and conscious evolution. In a world confronted with global warming, pandemics, increasing inequality and political polarisation, SIMPOL Insights aims to bring light to the darkness and chart a course towards a cooperative global society.

All Episodes

Anotol explains why only strong nations can deal with climate change. But what kind of nationalism is needed to get individual nations to deal with global problems? And what role might international cooperation play? More on Simpol at https://www.simpol.org

May 9

53 min 36 sec

More on Ken Wilber at Integral Life https://integrallife.com/​ More on Simpol at https://www.simpol.org More on Conscious Evolution at https://www.consciousevolution.co.uk/

Feb 26

1 hr 30 min

Michel Bauwens, founder of the P2P Foundation talks about global challenges, the commons, Simpol and other P2P solutions. To pledge your support for global cooperation visit: https://simpol.org/

Feb 26

1 hr 4 min

One of the world's top evolutionary biologists, David Sloan Wilson, talks about his first fictional book, Atlas Hugged, and about evolutionary principles extending from the tiniest organisms up to the global level. More on Atlas Hugged at https://atlashugged.world/ To pledge your support for global cooperation visit: https://simpol.org/

Nov 2020

1 hr 6 min

Emil Ejner Friis, one of the founders of Metamoderna, talks about Metamodernism and the need for transnational forms of politics such as Simpol. More at https://metamoderna.org/ To pledge your support for global cooperation visit https://simpol.org/

Nov 2020

1 hr 2 min

Simon Anholt on world problems, practical solutions and his new book, The Good Country Equation. More at https://www.goodcountry.org/ To pledge your support for global cooperation visit https://simpol.org/

Nov 2020

53 min 25 sec

Robert Cobbold interviews evolutionary biologist Elisabet Sahtouris about cooperation in living systems, science and spirituality, and how cooperative global governance such as Simpol would mimic the top-down and bottom-up governance of our bodies. To pledge your support for global cooperation visit https://simpol.org/

Nov 2020

55 min 37 sec

Rob Cobbold interviews Prof. Ian Goldin about his new book "Terra Incognita", globalisation and the urgent need for cooperative global governance. To pledge your support for global cooperation visit https://simpol.org/

Nov 2020

46 min 35 sec

Rob Cobbold interviews evolutionary biologist John Stewart and Simpol's founder John Bunzl about how a system of global governance is the next natural evolutionary step that humanity needs to take. To pledge your support for global cooperation visit https://simpol.org/

Nov 2020

1 hr