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Why climate changes everything – in your digital workplace

Why climate changes everything – in your digital workplace

“If we step off the hamster wheel and we question: Is this what we want? Is this how we want it? … It’s that question of where are we going?  Do we really need to do the things that we’ve been doing?”

– Dr Tia Kansara

Our guest in this episode is a multi-award-winning entrepreneur and economist who gives guidance to help governments, companies and individuals make commitments that will benefit the world around us. Paul Miller speaks to Dr Tia Kansara about ecology, climate change and, specifically, the impact the virus has had on work.

They embark on an extraordinary conversation, and weave in a range of topics (Sanskrit and noetic evolution to name just two!) about how the digital world of work can evolve and adapt in ways that are beneficial for the environment.

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Dr Tia Kansara, Hon FRIBA 

Tia Kansara is a multi-award-winning entrepreneur and economist. The youngest ever to receive an honorary fellowship from the Royal Institute of British Architects, Tia is the Co-founder of Kansara Hackney Ltd, the first ISO-certified sustainable lifestyle consultancy, and CEO of Replenish Earth Ltd, a cause and a collective action to protect the global commons.

Hailed among the Top 100 most influential leaders in tech by the Financial Times and Inclusive Boards, Tia’s clients include Coca-Cola, Bloomberg, the European Commission, Forbes, Formula One, MIT and Siemens.

Aside from being the UCL Bartlett’s Ambassador to the Gulf region and advisor to The Economic Times of India, she’s an economist and future cities thought leader. As a professional moderator, lecturer and author, she has interviewed world figures and experts, moderated for Forbes, Coca-Cola, European Business Angels Network and London Business School, and delivered many keynote speeches on the future of cities.

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