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The Oracle is a podcast where you will meet passionate people who share their visions for how we can meet todays global challenges. They come from different fields of expertise: architecture, medicine, farming, design and many more. From their point of view they will tell us about the real problems we are facing. But also where they see the hope for a better future. Because there are reasons to be optimistic. And they will tell us why.
The Oracle is made by Munck studios in collaboration with IKEA for the International City Expo, H22, in Helsingborg, Sweden 2022. More information and all the episodes can be found at h22.ikea.com or wherever you get your podcasts.

The Oracle Ikea at H22

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The Oracle is a podcast where you will meet passionate people who share their visions for how we can meet todays global challenges. They come from different fields of expertise: architecture, medicine, farming, design and many more. From their point of view they will tell us about the real problems we are facing. But also where they see the hope for a better future. Because there are reasons to be optimistic. And they will tell us why.
The Oracle is made by Munck studios in collaboration with IKEA for the International City Expo, H22, in Helsingborg, Sweden 2022. More information and all the episodes can be found at h22.ikea.com or wherever you get your podcasts.

    Oskar Kihlborg

    Oskar Kihlborg

    Oskar Kihlborg is an adventurer who’s involved in several different organizations dedicated to raising awareness about climate change and helping ordinary people to be a part of the solution moving forward. As one of the first Swedes ever to reach the summit of Mount Everest, Oskar is no stranger to mountain tops and sea floors, and has seen first hand how nature has been affected by humanity's way of living.
    In this episode of The Oracle, Oskar tells us about some of his journeys and the lessons he’s learned from them, and about the power people can have when it comes to making a change in the world. Because ultimately we’re in this together, and never alone.

    Written by: Oskar Kihlborg and Navid Bavey
    Produced by: Navid Bavey
    Sound design by: Viktor Bergdahl
    Executive producer: Sandra Charléz

    • 31 min
    Johan Kuylenstierna

    Johan Kuylenstierna

    Johan Kuylenstierna is a geographer, climate expert, and the chair of the Swedish Climate Policy Council. He’s been working on climate related issues for the past 30 years, and it’s taken him from giving lectures at the university, to boardrooms at major companies helping them make sustainable choices, and to the UN working towards a fossil free future. In this episode of the Oracle, Johan talks about the need for collaboration and the importance of a mindset that helps us face our challenges in a hopeful way. Because the way we tell the story also affects our solution to it.
    Written by: Johan Kuylenstierna and Navid Bavey
    Produced by: Navid Bavey
    Sound design by: Viktor Bergdahl
    Executive producer: Sandra Charléz

    • 24 min
    Neel Tamhane

    Neel Tamhane

    Neel Tamhane is very passionate about energy. And especially, the distribution of it. He works as the solar strategy lead at Space10, a project working on improving and simplifying everyday life for people all around the world. Ever since a young age, he’s been interested in sustainable solutions and in this episode he’ll share his thoughts on how we can fundamentally redesign our power distribution systems, and why the answers to our common problems aren’t always in the places you’d expect. He’s vision includes creating something that might fundamentally change how we, at least in the global north, look at energy and it’s distribution.
    Written by: Mårten Andersson and Neel Tamhane
    Produced by: Mårten Andersson
    Sound design by: Viktor Bergdahl
    Executive producer: Sandra Charléz
    Soundbites from: SimCity 4 and The Sims 4

    • 22 min
    Ida Hallgren

    Ida Hallgren

    Ida Hallgren is a Philosophical Practitioner, researcher and Psychologist who works with philosophy for individuals and organizations.
    In this episode of the Oracle she talks about how negative thinking can lead the way to a more sustainable future.

    Written by: Ida Hallgren and Agneta Karlsson
    Produced by: Agneta Karlsson
    Sound design by: Viktor Bergdahl
    Executive producer: Sandra Charléz

    • 26 min
    Zeynep Erdal

    Zeynep Erdal

    Zeynep Erdal is a person that aspires to be the change she wants to see in the world. During the pandemic she created a WhatsApp-group with women from all over the world and gave them a platform to talk about their experiences during and beyond COVID-19. This quickly grew and soon created an empowering and supportive space where women could share their stories, called WoVid Diaries. Apart from this she also works as student city planner and coordinator in Malmö where she strives to make the city the best it can be for young people seeking education and higher studies. That’s what she’s going to talk about in this episode of The Oracle.
    Written by: Zeynep Erdal, Agneta Karlsson and Mårten Andersson
    Produced by: Agneta Karlsson and Mårten Andersson
    Sound design by: Viktor Bergdahl
    Executive producer: Sandra Charléz

    • 24 min
    Gitanjali Rao

    Gitanjali Rao

    Gitanjali Rao is a very special inventor. At just 15 years of age, she’s already come up with several groundbreaking ideas, including a cheap and easy way for people to check their drinking water for lead. Last year she was named Time Magazines first ever “Kid of the year”. But in this episode of the Oracle she’s going to talk about something else - the importance of changing our education system. And according to her that change has to be both radical, and happen fast.
    Written by: Gitanjali Rao, Mårten Andersson
    Produced by: Mårten Andersson
    Sound design by: Viktor Bergdahl
    Executive producer: Sandra Charléz 
    News clips from: ABC News, CNN, MSNBC, CBS This Morning

    • 20 min

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