Today’s definition of corporate climate leadership centers on how companies can do less harm. It needs to be about creating a thriving future.
Some of humanity’s most foundational learnings have been taught to us by our planet. Earth’s natural systems demonstrate everything from how to thrive in times of disruption to how to appropriately social distance. And so too has it has provided us with clues as to how humans might adequately respond to the climate crisis. When waters come gushing over a levee, we can a power that can disrupt anything that tries to contain it. Trying to put parameters or constraints around the climate crisis is like trying to hold back the deluge with our hands. We’ve got to meet Earth’s expansiveness with an expansiveness of our own.
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