How we can curb climate change by spending two percent more on everything | Jens Burchardt

How we can curb climate change by spending tw...

Would you pay two percent more for the carbon-neutral version of the products you buy and use every day? In this innovative talk, climate pathfinder Jens Burchardt walks us through the costs and considerations of producing planet-friendly products -- from creation to purchase -- and explains why curbing climate change doesn't have to break the bank. It's an inspiring demonstration of how the barriers to a greener world may not be as insurmountable as we think.

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16min 35sec
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11min 9sec
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13min 49sec
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9min 22sec
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47min 1sec
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14min 40sec
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9min 7sec
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24min 29sec
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8min 7sec
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