People photographed in Lower Saxony, Germany, on July 19, 2022. A number of European countries were affected by a heatwave last month.
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It’s been called a “global emergency that goes beyond national borders” and described as “the biggest threat to security that modern humans have ever faced.”
Whatever one’s views on the matter, discussions about climate change and its effects on the world we live in are here to stay, with academic studies, global summits and extreme weather generating headlines on an almost daily basis.
In a recent interview with CNBC’s “Sustainable Future,” the founder of the CDP — a not for profit charity formerly known as the Carbon Disclosure Project — reflected on the sometimes fraught nature of the debate surrounding our planet and its future.
Speaking to CNBC’s Tania Bryer, Paul Dickinson referenced…