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Podcast/Video Interviews by Stephen Ibaraki

A Chat with Duncan Grossart: Award-winning entrepreneurship through to environmental and nature conservation work; Founder of Journeys With Purpose

This week, Stephen Ibaraki has an exclusive interview with Duncan Grossart.

Duncan GrossartDuncan Grossart is the Founder of Journeys With Purpose, with a great love of the natural world, wildernesses and travel. Journeys With Purpose is a member of 1% for the Planet, The Long Run, and a Certified B Corp, and as B Corp's highest scoring travel company it's been awarded "Best for the World: Environment 2022".

Duncan passionately believes in restoring our relationship with the natural world, conserving landscapes and harmonising lives and prosperous communities.

A zoology graduate (BSc + MSc), his career spans award-winning entrepreneurship through to environmental and nature conservation work and has been focused entirely on rewilding in recent years. His rewilding and landscape-scale restoration experience includes work with Rewilding Britain, WildEast, The European Nature Trust and Rewilding Europe. In addition, he is a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG), Zoological Society of London, Royal Society for Asian Affairs and Scientific Exploration Society, and a published photographer.

Duncan is a member of the Young Presidents' Organization, where he is a board member of the Planet Action Network, a committee member of the Global Impact Summit Rwanda 2024 and a Travel Network Minister.

Listen to his podcast with Rewilding Earth here: Spreading Rewilding Awareness and Advocacy via Journeys With Purpose

    Journeys With Purpose's 2030 Vision:

  1. '30 by 30' < designate 30% of Earth's land and ocean area as protected areas by 2030. And then to '50 by 50' ...
  2. $30 million in donations and impact investments since 2019
  3. 30,000 committed Impact Community change-makers and activists
  4. 30 million acres of land and 30 million acres of seas protected and restored
  5. $30 million in JWP sales in 2030 - our commercial success drives mission success