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We help leaders thrive on change during great uncertainty and environmental emergency. We draw on deep insights from eight years interviewing leaders. We share the lessons in speaking events, publications and directly with our clients.

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Why everyone must take seriously new extreme temperatures

Why everyone must take seriously new extreme temperatures

The highest ever recorded temperatures across much of Europe in July confirm that the scientific warnings were right and worse looms. Bob Ward is Deputy Chair of the London Climate Change Partnership. In this interview with BBC London News on 19 July he urged everyone who lives and work in Greater London to understand why they must adapt quickly their lives. Or else…

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Nothing like enough progress on confronting climate threat – John Kerry

Nothing like enough progress on confronting climate threat – John Kerry

Record, sizzling temperatures in Europe and North America have confirmed the existential threat to the way of life we take for granted. John Kerry is President Biden’s Special Climate Envoy. He detailed the ominous realities and failings to James Naughtie on the BBC’s World This Weekend on 24 July 2022.

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Are we in danger of runaway global warming? Join our call to action

Are we in danger of runaway global warming? Join our call to action

Professor Tim Lenton, Director of the Global Systems Institute at Exeter University, talks to TTU’s Chris Langdon about how we must all face up to the climate reality. He says we can all be empowered by the opportunities in triggering positive social tipping points to avert climate crisis.

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