Humans are nature too
Future of Mother Earth
The World Economic Forum’s Global Risk Report 2021 is crystal clear. We can no longer wait for the fog of uncertainties to dissipate. For important issues such as nature and habitat, biodiversity and our ecosystems, we need to find new and vital solutions. Fast and purposeful. And this in a world where social turmoil and economic uncertainty only seem to increase. But it is always in the midst of chaos that the best opportunities for real progress lie.
True entrepreneurs see this and start transforming to sustainable business. Leaders see it too and start leading from the intention and focus more on impact then on success. And together they create not followers, but new leaders. Who also think, act and live according the principle that Doing Good leads to Doing Well and inspire others to do the same.
Pressure on planet and ecosystems
Seven ecological problems dominate the top ten in the Global Risk Report 2021 . Failing policies to curb climate change rank first. Biodiversity loss ranks second, with critical implications for humanity and one food and health systems.
What can we do about it, in our organizations and work and at home at the breakfast table?
Ten to twelve
Below is a selection of fascinating inspirations about the future of our environment and how we can work and live within the limits of our planet. Each of them a unique experience about consciousness, desire, connecting and manifesting.
See also my inspirations about ‘Sustainable Entrepreneurship’ en ‘Inspirational Leadership.’ Or my collection keynotes about ‘The Vital Solution for tomorrow’s world’ and the ‘Future of sectors and markets.’
Effective climate solutions by sector
2. Climate change and the MEXIT
Save the Axolotl
3. Biodiversity & vital ecosystems
Nature’s Future, Our Future
4. Transition and future of our living environment
Compass for real progress
5. SDG’s – 17 goals for one purpose
Vital and sustainable solutions for tomorrow’s world
6. Futurama 2100 – back to the Commons
Starting points for my work
Six principles for my inspirements
Six principles are central to my work and they articulate what I stand for and what I strive for. You’ll find them in all my keynotes, master classes, workshops, lectures, books and other publications