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  • “Diversity and inclusion cannot simply be left to politicians and protestors: as leaders, each of us has the power to do things differently. From such privileged positions, each of us must have the courage to rewire meritocracy so that we genuinely reward talent. Doing so won’t just serve what is right; it will also build what is profitable.”
    Anita Kirpal
    Global Future Partners and FTSE 100 Business Coach

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posted on 31st October 2021

This report discredits mainstream stereotypes that climate concern is simply an issue for the southern middle class, finding that eco-anxiety is shared across our country; that climate change is truly a crisis in common. Most people believe climate change will have a bigger impact on humanity than Coronavirus, suggesting that we are prepared to undertake similarly profound lifestyle changes. Where there is a disheartening lack of faith in British political leaders, one may find faith in the public, with people of all backgrounds taking environmental action in their daily lives. We argue that in a nation fraught with anxiety about our planet, politicians cannot afford to delay climate action. This report suggests that political leaders who recognise and act on the British people’s hopes and fears about the planet won’t just deliver a more sustainable future, they will be rewarded by our democracy.

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