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The Edit: Climate Week
The Edit

The Edit: Climate Week

Our weekly round up of the best articles, podcasts and videos focusing on purpose in life, work and the world.
23rd Sep 2022

The focus of this year’s Climate Week NYC is ‘Getting it Done’. We share the companies and people doing good for the climate and more in this week’s #TheEdit.

  • Can Europe decarbonise its heavy industry? Green steelwork has obstacles, but they’re not insurmountable – The Economist
  • We need to electrify America to eliminate carbon pollution. Building new transmission lines may be the compromise we need for the climate crisis – The Atlantic
  • The climate pledge turns three and calls for action at Climate Week in New York. The hosts highlighted the need to focus on the progress and empower people in order to engage them – Forbes
  • What can brands learn from Patagonia? How future companies can embody stakeholder capitalism  – Creative Review
  • The head of the World Bank has come under fire for his comments during Climate Week. David Malpass is facing calls to resign over climate doubts – Financial Times
  • Strategies to achieve climate progress. What international non-profit Climate Group learned from interviewing 30 corporate professionals – Climate Week NYC
  • The melting, Antarctic monster. Thwaites Glacier in Antarctica is one of the most important factors for future global sea level rise – Listen at The Conversation Weekly
  • Has net zero become a climate buzzword? Climate scientists discuss if net zero may point to a lack of commitment to solving global warming – The Beautiful Truth

“Despite its immensity, the Earth’s resources are not infinite, and it’s clear we’ve exceeded its limits. But it’s also resilient. We can save our planet if we commit to it.”

Yvon Chouinard