“This UN report on Innovation seems to be siloed into reductionist categories.
We believe that innovation must be re-defined to take into account the IPCC’s report on disruption of the Earth’s climate and the increasingly rapid warming of our land, oceans and Arctic regions, permafrost and glacier melting, as well as returning ambient CO2 to our soils through photosynthesis, better land and forest management and expanding our human diets with plant-protein foods including halophytes while cutting livestock-grown meats.
More on shifting to these global priorities in our report: “Transitioning to Science-Based Investing :2019-2020“ (free download from www.ethicalmarkets.com).
Dr. Hazel Henderson, Editor“
24 July 2019
The World Intellectual Property Organization, WIPO, named Switzerland as the world’s most innovative country on Wednesday, during the launch of its latest Global Innovation Index, (GII) in the Indian capital New Delhi.