Eco Solutions with Sara Troy and her guest John Bunzl , on air from September 18th
Simpol – The Simultaneous Policy.
How do you get nations to work together to solve global problems?
What does Destructive Global Competition have to do with the slow pace of progress in addressing Climate Change?
Enter Simpol – the Simultaneous Policy and campaign to solve humanity’s greatest challenges. Simpol’s founder John Bunzl explains what Simpol is, how it works, and how you can get involved.
JOIN SARA AND JOHN ON HOW WE CAN IMPLEMENT SIMPOL TO FURTHER GLOBAL SOLUTIONS
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John Bunzl is a businessman with a simple and powerful new vision for global governance.
In 2000 he founded the International Simultaneous Policy Organisation (ISPO) and launched the Simultaneous Policy (Simpol) campaign. Ever since the Simpol campaign started John Bunzl has worked tirelessly to reach out to citizens, activists, non-governmental organisations, politicians and business people to raise both their awareness and understanding of what global simultaneous policies could mean for humanity, prosperity and peace.
Championing the theory behind Global Simultaneous Policy John published his first book, called Simpol, in 2001. Two years later John co-authored his second book, Monetary Reform – Making it Happen!, written with the prominent monetary reformer, James Robertson. In 2009 he authored a third book, People-centred Global Governance – Making it Happen!
John is the director of Martin Bunzl International Ltd, a medium-sized UK company trading primarily in textile raw materials and a representative for non-UK companies wishing to sell in the UK.
John has a degree in modern languages and business studies and has studied in France, Switzerland and Italy.
Focused, hands-on, idealistic but pragmatic, John has a passion and drive to inspire people. He feels governance and simultaneous policies will help prevent the vicious circle of destructive competition which so often is at the expense of many social, environmental and economic concerns.