The 2023 Climate Paradox: Your Input Needed for a 2020s Green Breakthrough
As the scale of the climate crisis intensifies, we are stuck in a paradox: people, products & policies to address the crisis are accelerating while GHG emissions, social equity, and environmental health continue to worsen. To resolve this paradox, we must reflect on our approach to the COP process, grassroots activism, ESG investing, policy making, data measurement, and more.
I am asking you to participate in a short, anonymous survey to give your candid opinions about how policy, markets, and people can better align to realize a green breakthrough in the 2020s. Give your input by clicking here. The survey will take less than 10 minutes to complete.
Through a residency at the Rockefeller Foundation’s Bellagio Center this March, I will be publishing the results from this effort, addressing:
What is holding back the COP process from accelerating national emission reductions more rapidly?
How can investors and businesses be activated in new ways to transform how we think about realizing a green breakthrough?
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