Climate Change

ExO Hits of the Week - 29 July 2022 Members Public

In this week’s ExO ‘Hits of the Week,’ here is what our community is reading: Modern Business Models Will Drive the Post-Pandemic World Nearly half of Gen Z is using TikTok and Instagram for search instead of Google, according to Google's own data

Nishan Degnarain
Nishan Degnarain
Climate Change

The Global Responsibility of Exponential Organizations Members Public

The technological advances that have been developed as a result of this Fourth Industrial Revolution present a window of opportunity for states and international organizations to address global problems in a much more effective and coordinated manner.

Pedro LOPEZ SELA
Pedro LOPEZ SELA
Fourth Industrial Revolution

Exponential Ventures For Global Problems Members Public

It is easy to conclude that we live in a bittersweet world; on the one hand, we have fewer global tragedies, but on the other hand, we are destroying the planet with our actions, to the extent that there are already companies that are thinking about how to establish life on another planet.

Pedro LOPEZ SELA
Pedro LOPEZ SELA
SDG Sustainable Development Goals

Salim Ismail: A Barrel of Oil Will be Worth Near Zero Members Public

We're moving from energy scarcity to energy abundance over the next few years, primarily driven by solar energy, which is doubling every 22 months in its price performance and has been doing so for 40 years.

Lisa Pereira
Lisa Pereira
Ukraine-Russia Crisis

12 Ways Quantum Computing Can Radically Change The World! Members Public

Quantum computers will disrupt each industry. It will change the manner in which we work together and the security we have set up to protect information, how we battle ailment and design new materials, and tackle wellbeing and atmosphere issues.

Professor(Dr) Sanjay Rout
Quantum Computing

Get Past Global Warming: The Future Needs Global Cooling Members Public

McKinsey projects that with just that additional 0.3oC rise above pre-industrial levels, 800 million more people will face severe climate extremes including heat stress, urban water shortages, flooding, and drought.

Peter Wicher
Peter Wicher
Global Warming