How can we solve for ECONOMY? From the perspective of Michael Lenox.
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- From Michael Lenox posted by SolveCast
- 4 months ago
- Starts 181 seconds
Sustainability and Innovation Strategies to Combat Climate Change, with Michael Lenox, Professor Darden School of Business
We're generating emissions in various forms and we're generating far more than the earth can naturally absorb. And so that's creating this kind of net outflow of carbon emissions and greenhouse gas emissions. Eventually we reach a point where the carbon concentrations get to a point carbon dioxide concentrations where it's gonna be very hard to kind of limit that to degree. So what we talk about is by 2050, you need to get to net zero emissions and to be clear, you know, that's across the entire global economy.