The industrial revolution was the starting point of an unstoppable increase in carbon emissions, which inevitably leads to global warming. Many scientists believe that a 2°C (3.6°F) rise in global temperature would lead to a major environmental catastrophe. Learn about the climate crisis, current developments in climate research and the emerging technologies that could save the world.
How Climate Change Panic Costs Us Trillions, Hurts the Poor, and Fails to Fix the Planet
Basic Books, 2021
Supply Chain Dive, 2023
Cleaning Up - Leadership in an Age of Climate C..., 2023
Where There's Smoke
In the Okanagan, reports Paloma Pacheco, wine and wildfires make for a problematic pairing.
How to Stop Cities and Companies Causing Planetary Harm
Researchers must help to define science-based targets for water, nutrients, carbon emissions and more to avoid cascading effects and stave off tipping points in Earth’s systems.
The Terrifying Choices Created by Wildfires
Many Californians are confronting a series of confounding decision – among them, whether they should fight or flee.
The New Yorker, 2022
Management as a Calling
Leading Business, Serving Society
Stanford Graduate School of Business, 2021
Five Things to Know About Carbon Pricing
Carbon pricing shows serious promise as a tool in the fight against climate change
What’s L&D’s Role In Tackling Climate Change?
HowNow L&D Disrupt Live, Episode 35
Tropical Forests Have Big Climate Benefits Beyond Carbon Storage
Study finds that trees cool the planet by one-third of a degree through biophysical mechanisms such as humidifying the air.