Tag: Global warming

Good piece via quartz: When global warming finally gets going, it could last for 200,000 years

New evidence shows that, while we may not see severe climate change in our lifetimes, global warming could snowball into catastrophe in the distant future—and once the climate has shifted, it might not go back to normal for a very, very long time. Read more at quartz

New video of my keynote at EcoSummit 2012: from Ego to Eco

Here is the complete video from my March 24 keynote at EcoSummit 2012 in Berlin (http://ecosummit.net/) speaking on “the journey from Ego to Eco”, see the slideshow here (slideshare); also embedded below. More on the Ego To Eco topic can be found here. It would be great to get your feedback ...

From Ego to Eco: the Future of Energy and Business. My presentation at EcoSummit 2012 in Berlin

The EcoSummit 2012 in Berlin  was my first speaking gig with an entirely new slide design and branding, created by AlpernCreative in Switzerland. Please let me know how you like it (and yes, the content, too:). Hopefully we will have a video soon, as well. See some related resources, here. ...

Video interview, review of my talk at Digital London: from Ego to Eco (Futurist Gerd Leonhard)

Here's a brand-new video from DigitalLondon 2012; good interview with many key topics covered such as sustainability, making money in a networked society, control versus trust, access versus ownership, future of content,  climate change and global warming, how to become a networked company, why interdependence is the future, and much ...

Good resource: An Illustrated Guide to the State of Sustainability (US numbers)

Via ThinkProgress.org Some key snippets (quoted): Commercial and industrial efficiency is something that companies are taking more seriously. But the fact is, we waste around 85% of the energy produced in the U.S. And we’re not getting much better. Vehicle emissions are growing slightly. Last year, the Obama Administration ...

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