Steering Clear of Catastrophe: Solutions from the Built Environment Posted on April 20, 2021 (April 20, 2021) by Admin Futurarc Years2022 2021 2020 2019 2018 2017 2016 FAQ 30-day free access to FuturArc App FuturArc Special Offer FuturArc Exchange & Exhibitions Highlights Complete the Puzzle & Win Magazines! Register Interest | FuturArc Prize 2023 Under Construction CategoriesMain Feature City Profile Showcase Commentary Commentary / 1st Quarter 2021 Steering Clear of Catastrophe: Solutions from the Built Environment by Gregers Reimann April 20, 2021 Humanity is facing “an existential threat” from climate change as the world is “nearing the point of no return”. These were the stark warnings issued by the UN General-Secretary three years ago. With an imminent threat to the survival of our species, one would expect swift and decisive actions from our world leaders, as if we had to win a war. Don’t we all want to ensure the survival of our kids and future generations? Alas, the global response has been lacklustre, timid at best, with current policies falling significantly short of averting the projected climate catastrophe. But there is still hope. Both the public support for genuine climate change action and the attractive business case of doing so are gaining momentum. But time is running out. To read the complete article, get your hardcopy at our online shop/newsstands/major bookstores; subscribe to FuturArc or download the FuturArc App to read the issues. Previously Published Commentary Commentary / 3rd Quarter 2022And Now the Real World Commentary3rd Quarter 2022And Now the Real World Commentary, Online Exclusive Feature / 2022Can we cool buildings without overheating the planet? Commentary, Online Exclusive Feature2022Can we cool buildings without overheating the planet? Contact us at https://www.futurarc.com/contact-us for older commentaries.