Future of the Environment

A glimpse into the future of the environment and natural resources

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Rigas Hadzilacos
Project Lead, Industry Accelerators, World Economic Forum Geneva
Dr Celine Herweijer
Group Chief Sustainability Officer, HSBC
Jim Leape
Core Team, Blue Food Assessment; Member of Friends of Ocean Action; Co-Director, Stanford Center for Ocean Solutions
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Which emerging technologies could help us in our efforts to preserve the environment? How can they maximize the efficiency of our use of natural resources? What are the risks that these new technologies could bring about for our environment, and what can we do to contain them?

In this week’s episode of "A Glimpse into the Future", we talk to Jim Leape, Co-Director of the Center for Oceans Solutions at Stanford University; and Celine Herweijer, Partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers. Both are also members of the World Economic Forum's Council on the Future of Environment and Natural Resource Security.

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