Understanding the future of work in the face of the climate crisis

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Peter du Toit

Peter du Toit

“The world has just undergone the largest workplace digital transformation in our history. Millions of people were forced to use technology in new ways to remain connected while apart. The pandemic and our response to it caught most businesses completely off guard. Now as we face the unfolding climate crisis head on, we cannot afford to make the same mistakes. The lessons we learnt must be applied to this crisis. We have reached a point where Climate Literacy is as important as Computer and Digital Literacy in the workplace.”

Climate literacy is quickly becoming and extremely important workplace skill

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Why we risk being caught off guard

As ever increasing climate chaos is making adaptation critical, these barriers are standing in the way of the needed adaptation: limited resources lack of private sector & citizen engagement insufficient finance low climate literacy lack of political commitment...

Major leadership challenges ahead

“Business-as-usual” since the Covid-19 pandemic has created this situation as described in the most recent UNEP Emissions Gap Report: “The lack of stringent emission reductions means that the required emission cuts from now to 2030 have increased significantly.” Study...

Adaptation conversations are becoming urgent

Adaptation to extreme events is becoming an urgent conversation in many places. Take the Pearl River basin in China for example. This is a densely populated area, with some of the largest cities in the world and home to some 127 million people. To be clear, this basin...

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