Session 8 of TED2022 focused on tackling climate change — in terms of reducing greenhouse gas emissions, adapting to the evolving conditions on Earth and regenerating what we’ve already lost. The session was also linked to TED’s climate project, Countdown, launched in 2020 with the goal of championing and accelerating solutions to the climate crisis. […]Continue reading
Ralph Chami champions a new economic paradigm that is equitable and nature-positive.
Why you should listenFinancial economist Ralph Chami is an assistant director at the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the cofounder of Blue Green Future and Rebalance Earth. He's developed a novel way to tackle both climate change and biodiversity loss: namely, to reposition species such as whales and elephants as crucial allies in the quest to sequester carbon, secure climate-resilient ecosystems and generate income for local communities. Chami himself experienced the majesty of whales firsthand in the Sea of Cortez in 2017.
Chami advocates for integrating natural capital into our economy, bringing together investors, conservationists and policymakers. "We're seeking to build a new economic paradigm that is nature-positive and promises to deliver sustainable and shared prosperity to all," he says.
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