The level of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere is too high; we are currently at over 500ppm CO2e. Worse still, global emissions continue apace. This is in part due to the inertia in our societies… Read More »Greenhouse Gas Removal (GGR) at scale is complex but necessary
With feedbacks from thawing permafrost and other sources on the rise, Sir David King discusses how close are we to the point where these sources of greenhouse gases outpace our own efforts to reduce atmospheric… Read More »Are accelerating impacts at risk of outpacing action?
In this episode, I speak to the philosopher, Martin Bunzl, about his new book, Thinking While Walking, Reflections on the Pacific Crest Trail. Martin is professor of philosphy emeritus at Rutgers University in the US.… Read More »Martin Bunzl | Thinking While Walking | Are we delusional about our perception of nature?
In this episode of Shaping The Future, I am speaking with Gold Standard CEO, Margaret Kim. Gold Standard sets the standard for climate positive implementation of a wide range of global-scale projects. The global push… Read More »Measuring Impact; don’t know? Don’t care! Margaret Kim, CEO, Gold Standard
‘If you are in the 21st Century, I think you should only be allowed to call yourself a billionaire if you have actually absorbed a billion tonnes of CO2 from the atmosphere!’
An estimated 50-100 billion tonnes of carbon has been lost from our soils since the beginning of the industrial revolution. Wine industry luminaries are now looking to start putting it back by using regenerative farming… Read More »Wine industry leaders join the global ‘Race To Zero’ effort with Regenerative Viticulture Drive
Julien Gervreau, Vice President of Sustainability at Jackson Family Wines, a company that has committed to the UN-backed pledge to Race To Zero emissions by 2050