Inflation is taking off as economies surge out of lockdown and supply bottlenecks emerge. Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, meanwhile, has exacerbated energy shortages and sent the price of oil and gas soaring.
Notwithstanding the human tragedy that is unfolding before our eyes in Ukraine, Russia’s invasion has underlined the need for secure energy supplies.
There are multiple aims driving change during the Age of Transformation. Dialling back inequality to create a more inclusive society is one of them and success would mean improved working conditions and better social prospects for all.
Surprisingly few people know there were actually two important COP events last year.
Back in 2017, former French president Jacques Chirac said, “Our house is burning and we are looking somewhere else.
A heightened awareness of environmental and climate concerns, as well as an acknowledgement of the economic and human impact of the pandemic, is transforming investors’ sense of purpose.
As the dust settles from COP26 in Glasgow, there is little consensus around whether this heavily hyped event can be considered a success or a failure.
There is a tendency to look at the quest to decarbonise our economies as a task that simply requires the right collective mindset and mobilising the necessary financing to achieve it.
It has often been said that when the US economy sneezes, the rest of the world catches a cold.
According to the world’s leading scientists, the natural world is in crisis. We are losing biodiversity – the very fabric of life on Earth – at an alarming rate.