How might employers prepare for the human cost of automation?
Climate change is inherently confusing and complex. Nearly every piece of climate change news in the media centres on catastrophic, global crises – how are individual consumers expected to make a difference?
Declining feelings of social cohesion have been linked to lower rates of political and civic participation, volunteering and trust in public institutions.
Higher price, even if lifecycle costs may remain lower – is limiting the growth in the consumer market for many green industrial products.
How might we use technology and innovative financing to empower micro and small businesses to connect to regional and international markets?
How might we scale off-grid energy solutions through public and private coordination?
How might we build technology and mobilise partnerships to better provide education in emergencies?
How might we design and launch a digital data platform to improve health outcomes?
Last year, I led a team of global leaders, from Unilever, Mastercard and the International Committee of the Red Cross, through an ideation process as part of the Leadership Vanguard, focussed on the challenges of integrating Syrian refugees in Turkey.
This is the third and final in a series of blogs by Chester Cunningham, Director of the Xynteo Exchange/Norway.
How might we measure wealth more holistically for societies, businesses and individuals?
How might the finance sector better enable companies to decarbonise?