The next great innovation burst is upon us

Except this time, it is a now-or-never leap. Innovation we cannot do without.

Now that we agree climate change can’t be avoided, we turn to adaptation. But not without innovation.

Have you noticed the tectonic mindshift? As July became August, starting with the first part of the New York Times Losing Earth series published August 1, we’ve been treated to a string of stories in the mainstream global media that share one overwhelming punch line: the world has lost the war against climate…

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