‘Must watch’ speeches from sustainability leaders

April 5, 2016

Exciting Times for Change

It’s an exciting time, if you are interested in sustainability. With innovations in technology and a shift in popular opinion, it seems a momentum is building.

We have handpicked 5 of our favorite talks from sustainability leaders which that deal with the coming change.


During his presentation, Al Gore takes us from deep devastation to optimistic hope. He challenges us to think about the sustainability of our planet and provides practical solutions for the most threaning problems of our time.

Boyan Slat founder of The Ocean CleanUp Project

Despite his young age, Boyan created a beautifully original and simple way to save our oceans from garbage. In his talk he share his motives and explains his innovative way to restore the oceans.

In this inspiring presentation, the mayor of Bogotá shares his vision on the future of smart cities. Places with beautiful greenways, bicycle highways, streets without cars – places where people can re-connect with nature and each other.

In this original presetation, Audrey shows us the power of capital that is owned by the people –  and how it could be invested for our future. She believes sustainable investment is a low-hanging fruit that we all should be grabbing.

In her exciting talk, Elora presents the benefits of bamboo, an enduring yet handy material, of which future houses will be built.


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