Without a doubt, climate change is one of the biggest threats we face as a society. Since 1972, at the Stockholm Conference, environmental problems were already on the agenda. Now, in 2021, the problem continues (and increases), drawing the attention of the great world leaders, who debate until November 12th, at COP 26, the review of countries' contributions to temperature reduction by 1.5°Ç until 2030.
"The last 8 years were the hottest on record and the trend is for this to get worse if nothing is done", he points out Gustavo Loiola, Professor of Innovation and Sustainability at ISAE Escola de Negócios and President of Latin America and the Caribbean of the UN PRME (Principles for Responsible Executive Education). “Watching documentaries on sustainability serve, mainly, to have a vision of the whole and, with that, we start to become more aware of what is happening all over the planet”, he adds.
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breaking barriers addresses a scientific discovery that humanity is pushing Planet Earth beyond the limits that have kept it stable for 10,000 years since the beginning of civilization. “The documentary brings a very educational, scientific and clear approach to the importance of reviewing our production and consumption models, in order to prioritize the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the Paris Agreement”, explains Loiola. Available on Netflix.