“Inter-resilience is essential to fight climate change.”

Talk Europe! with Olivia Lazard

If we do not think of resilience as inter-resilience, meaning interdependent resilience between different regions and between different countries, and as a global phenomenon, we cannot stop climate change.

“We have not yet started to imagine what the world will look like ten, fifteen, 30 years from now. This world is rapidly going to change. It is already changing. We are going to have to adapt the type of tools, the type of policy design that we do for a climate-disrupted world. And that means we are going to have to look at Europe in a vastly different way in terms of its relationships with the rest of the world.”

Jovana Trifunovic in conversation with Olivia Lazard of Carnegie Europe about green energy, taxonomy on sustainable finance, the need for global research cooperation and why climate resilience cannot be sovereign.


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This text and video is published under the Creative Commons License: CC BY-NC-ND 3.0. The name of the author/rights holder should be mentioned as followed. Author: Jovana Trifunović and Igor Bararon / tippingpoint.net. Cover picture: film still, illustration: Norma Nardi

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