WHY DIVERSITY IS ESSENTIAL TO SOLVING THE CLIMATE CRISIS
Climate change is the defining challenge of our age. Understanding its impacts and quantifying and implementing solutions is of paramount importance; and when decisions are made by a more diverse group of people, they are more likely to lead to benefits such as better outcomes  and greater innovation . To put it plainly: when it comes to solving climate change, we need all hands on deck. And the greater the variety of expertise and informed perspectives we have to work with, the better off we’ll all be.
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