Future of the Environment

Humans have caused this environmental crisis. It’s time to change how we think about risk

At the sharp end: A flooded road after a heavy rainfall in Mumbai, India Image: REUTERS/Francis Mascarenhas

Nathanial Matthews

Chief Executive Officer, Global Resilience Partnership

Patrick Keys

Research Scientist, School of Global Environmental Sustainability

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