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Tue Nov 2, 2021, 10:13 AM

Leaders at COP26 Can Take Home Change Models for Their Five Foundational Sectors

The five foundational sectors of civilization -- information, energy, transport, food and material -- are being disrupted at an unprecedented speed and scale. This will be the most disruptive decade in history, and Covid 19 has simply pulled the curtain back on our current fragilities in production and governance.

RethinkX is a non-profit think tank different from those funded by foundations; its founders have been ahead of all current analysts over the last decades.

They are having some impact, and so this post is just to expose that they offer a range of sector model disruptions to hope.

Their model offers ways to disrupt while still building equitable, resilient, healthy and stable societies; it offers charts to explain non-linear change making for leaders to implement as win-win, "clean disruption" changes in their sectors.

They produce books (two examples below) videos (only two of parts 1-7 are posted below) about those books, that broadly summarize their non-linear change models for each sector. COP26 leaders could do worse than try implementing these ideas back home.

If the videos are too much to take in, the book's a better medium for thinking (either its 78-page version or full version).

At least the video series can be slotted away as broad framework reference, if nothing else.





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Intro: Tony Seba on "The Great Disruption: Rethinking Energy, Transportation, Food and Agriculture"





Rethinking Humanity episode 7 out of episodes 1-7



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