Sustainability, climate change and the ocean economy
• The Sustainability Project by Economist Impact, combining insights, innovation and influence to convene and actively engage global stakeholders with the power to effect real change.
• Food Sustainability Index, examining how food systems are performing across three pillars: food loss and waste, sustainable agriculture, and nutritional challenges.
• Getting to Net-Zero, a research programme that assesses the progress of companies towards net-zero, and to understand how they are tackling roadblocks along the way, based on a survey of 500 global business leaders.
• 12 decarbonising technologies for cities, a research programme produced by Economist Impact and sponsored by Osborne Clarke, identifying technologies that can help cities achieve their carbon-emission targets while also creating jobs, lowering energy costs for residents, and improving overall quality of life.
• Rethinking plastics in a circular economy, a research programme assessing advanced plastic recycling technologies.
• Resetting the agenda: How ESG is shaping our future, a survey-based research programme produced by Economist Impact and sponsored by UBS that aims to understand how ESG could be both a new performance marker and a growth driver for institutional investors.
• The critical role of infrastructure for the Sustainable Development Goals, which assesses the economic, environmental and social dimensions of infrastructure.
• A sustainable ocean economy in 2030: Opportunities and challenges.
• Accelerating Energy Innovation for the Blue Economy.
• Accelerating a Sustainable Ocean Economy.
• December 2019 ocean supplement in The Economist newspaper.
• The Post-COVID-19 Ocean Economy: Building Back Bluer, with Karin Kemper and Ambassador Peter Thomson; in: Ocean Yearbook, Volume 35 (2021): Issue 1 (Jul 2021); pp. 1–17; Publisher: Brill | Nijhoff.
• Foreword of a book, Preparing a Workforce for the New Blue Economy: People, Products and Policies, edited by Liesl Hotaling and Richard W. Spinrad, Elsevier, 2021.
• Protectors Oceans Series, a series of films that examine the cutting edge of science and radical thinking at work in tackling the crisis facing the world’s seas.
• Back to Blue, a multi-year initiative on pollution and ocean health by The Economist Group and The Nippon Foundation.
Additional published articles include:
– A sustainable ocean economy in 2030: Opportunities and challenges (World Ocean Initiative)
– Why fixing food systems is crucial for meeting the Sustainable Development Goals (Thomson Reuters Foundation)
– Food sustainability, pollution and child mortality (HuffPost)
– Rapid urbanisation, climate change and resource scarcity (EIU Perspectives)
– The EU’s 2030 climate package (HuffPost)
– Reconciling economic growth and environmental protection (Green Economics Institute)
• Global Access to Healthcare: Building sustainable health systems
• Modernising health systems in the Balkan
• Global cancer preparedness
• Addressing non-communicable diseases in adolescence
• The next pandemic? Non-communicable diseases in developing countries
• Value-based healthcare in Sweden: Reaching the next level
• Value-based healthcare in Europe: Laying the foundation