"We need optimism, because sooner or later, we will realize that we are all in this together. It doesn't matter which country we're in, we share one planet."
Are you concerned about the future of our planet and the impact of climate change? In this episode we speak to Martin Wainstein, co-founder of Open Earth, about the challenges we face and how we can work together to create a sustainable future. From financial innovation to nature-based currency and the importance of collaboration, Wainstein shares his insights on the urgent need for systemic thinking and paradigm shifts in our approach to climate change. Join this thought-provoking conversation on the most pressing issues of our time and discover how you can make a difference. Let's work together to protect our planet for generations to come.
"We must think outside the box and reconsider so many things we take for granted in our human system."
Martin Wainstein is the founder and Executive Director of the Open Earth Foundation, a research and deployment non-profit focusing on digital innovations and open collaborations around planetary-scale projects such as developing a global climate accounting system—Open Climate. Martin held appointments at the Yale Center for Business and the Environment and the Tsai Center for Innovative Thinking at Yale, where he launched and led the Yale Open Innovation Lab. His PhD work focused on the transformation of the global energy business system.
What does the Open Earth Foundation Do?
Social Darwinists vs. the Humanists
50 things you can do to contribute towards the climate change solution
Open Solar and Other Open-Source Programs of Open Earth
Informing the Public Without Demoralizing Them
Playing the Infinite Game – Collaborating for our survival
The North/South Divide in Climate Change Discussions
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