EARTH 300 IMPACT TALKS 2021 Jul 17, 2021
Ecosystems are fundamental to life on earth. The healthier they are, the healthier all living things will be. The aim of our Earth 300 Impact Talks is to discuss how to prevent, halt and reverse the degradation of ecosystems on every continent and in every ocean.
Dr Bremley Lyngdoh outlines how this collaboration is planting 300,000 trees in the Sundarbans to protect the ecosystem of 300 Royal Bengal Tigers.
It is art and culture that is going to help propel us into the fourth conceptual age, according to Dr Jasmine Pradissitto.
Aquanaut, ocean conservationist and storyteller, Fabian Cousteau represents the third generation of the first family in ocean research.
Co-Founder and CEO, Dianna Cohen explains that if industry has its way, plastic production is set to double in the next 20 years. We cannot let this happen.
The author of the Blue Economy, Gunter Pauli, details how we need to adopt a multidisciplinary approach to successfully combat the climate crises.
Adventurer and photographer Sebastian Copeland explores the interconnection of the influences between nature and the human-made environment.
Rishabh Khanna, Co-Founder and Chief Impact Officer of Earthbanc, believes we need to utilise all our creativity to address climate issues.
The Chairman of Singapore Space and Technology Limited, Jonathan Hung, details the ways in which satellite technology aids the efforts to mitigate climate change.
Leander Ganzert is a Young Impact Maker who is on a mission to empower the next generation to create future solutions.
Sustainability is about lifestyle, life cycles and life, according to architect and designer Giulio Ceppi.
Youssef Nasseff has led the adaptation workstreams under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change since its inception.
Emeritus Professor in the History of Art at Oxford, Martin Kemp, reveals how da Vinci’s genius was in the brilliance of his joined-up thinking.
Professor Benjamin Horton explains why climate change will define the contours of this century more dramatically than any other challenge facing humanity.
Smart cities architect and technologies futurist, Martin Yates, details the impact that hyper-accelerating technologies have on our sustainability journey.