Re-energising the climate change narrative in the South Pacific region

Mohit (Max) Bhanabhai

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Abstract

The 2020 global pandemic has disrupted tourism, crippled industries, shaken business models, rocked share markets and brought trepidation to humankind, globally. Academics, business leaders, entrepreneurs, spiritual leaders, and many others, collectively embraced the need to evolve in order to remain competitive and survive (or with any luck, thrive) in the current business landscape.

Beyond the business landscape, however, the global pandemic has re-energised the issue of climate change. For example, Gaia theorists are celebrating clean water in the Ganges River, and crisper visibility of the Himalayas. After the global restrictions were put in place, a cleaner, clearer environment was visible for all to see. With a renewed sense of awareness of these environmental issues, we must be open to embracing grassroots paradigms to hold onto the gains that Mother Earth has unearthed during the current pandemic.
Original languageEnglish
No.2
Specialist publicationAIB Review
PublisherAustralian Institute of Business
Publication statusPublished - 20 Aug 2020
Externally publishedYes

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