Our current ways of governing our oceans is failing. What could a radically new global governance set of institutions look like that harness the power of exponential organizations?
The world is on the brink of a Bioeconomy revolution. New advances in the ability to read, write, edit and print DNA are unleashing a new biological industrial revolution that will see radically new medical, industrial, food and agricultural products. Billions of dollars have flooded into new bioeconomy companies, many
That our current global economic system is broken is no surprise. The question is where to turn to for hope. New insights from nature may provide the answer. A broken economic systemThe "Fearless Girl" statue, a four-foot statue of a young girl, defiantly looks up the iconic Wall ... [+] GETTY IMAGESUnderlying
Exponential organizations could mark a more just, inclusive and exciting economy, that could define ... [+] GETTYThe world is facing a leadership crisis. This leadership crisis has extended from the public to the private and non profit worlds. It is not just about individual leaders but about a system and set of
The Great Coronavirus Reset: Five New Bretton Woods Institutions For 21st Century’s Exponential Challenges
The United Nations meeting at the Mount Washington Hotel, Bretton Woods (1944), that created the ... [+] BETTMANN ARCHIVEBefore the COVID-19 crisis, our global institutions were on the brink – this pandemic has pushed them over the edge. When the world recovers from this crisis – and it will – society and the global economy
Seabed Mining is an example of exponential technology that is destructive.