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Looking back on climate change from 2030: How did we get here?

Knut Haanaes

By Professor Knut HaanaesKnut Haanaes and Lisa Duke

This mini case is a fictional version of the future that looks back from 2030 to how the world has tackled climate change.

It is a reflective perspective that talks about urbanization, carbon capture technologies and artificial intelligence, Sustainable Development Goals.

It challenges students to think about how the world turned the corner on climate change and to consider how we, globally, made that happen.

Learning Objective

This case is part of a mini-series focused on business and society that challenges participants to consider the lessons of various events and examples and how they can apply the learning to their own context. In this case the learning objectives are: 

  • How can we create global cooperation on SDGS?
  • How can we harness technology to combat climate change?
KeywordsClimate Change, Sustainability
TypePublished Sources
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