My notes, links, quotes and case studies from the 20-minute presentation I gave for iXperience Friday on Facebook Live with IBM iX on 27th March 2020. I covered a lot of content so I thought it might be helpful to share all the links for anyone who is interested.
A few things that I learned from teaching an assembly of 200 kids aged 9-13 about climate change! This advice seems as relevant for the boardroom as it is for the classroom.
Carbon is the element that likes to hold hands and collaborate. Carbon is fascinating when you look at where it goes. It will go to a party and if it’s a good party it will stay and if it’s not it will leave and go to another party…
You are scrolling through the news and see yet another story about climate change. Australia is on fire. Indonesia is drowning. At the same time, Donald Trump is trying to make it … Continue reading How To Stop Freaking Out & Do Something About Global Warming
This great Harvard Business paper, list of people to follow in 2020 and this great post a playing a big part in a few things I’m currently working on…
2020 will be a year of action. I’m looking forward to it being a year of doing things and not just talking about things. Sustainability will be the word of the year.
Great things can happen in 100 days when you put your mind to it.
The Bank of England wants to quantify the risk that climate change poses to the financial system. This could result in banks and insurers having to hold more capital which will have profound effects on the way the economy is funded.
A look behind the scenes at the trends, insights, demographics and keywords behind the people who are driving the climate change narrative.
Even the rather primitive climate computer models of the 1970s, 80s and 90s were impressively accurate, lending extra credibility to the much more advanced climate models of today. That’s the conclusion of a paper released Wednesday in Geophysical Research Letters, a peer-reviewed science journal.
TED Climate 2020. A global gathering leaders from across the globe – city mayors, policy-makers, business leaders, community leaders, scientists, philanthropists, youth activists, and key influencers – all united to solve the climate crisis.
Joining Al Gore’s Climate Reality Leadership project is one of the most rewarding things I have ever done. Here’s how you can get involved.