Video: Planetary boundaries determined by scientific advances

This is e presentation made by Prof. Johan Rockstom, director of the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research made at a 2023 event provided by Fronter Forum, a leading open access publisher and open science platform. This platform provides virtual speaker sessions, where Nobel Laureates and other leading scientists highlights and discusses game-changing advances, paradigms, and technologies with an invited audience of the world’s top researchers, policymakers, and innovators.

The planetary boundaries framework demonstrates that we’re starting to see the loss of resilience that the Earth system needs to be able to correct itself, even if we do decarbonize rapidly and achieve our net zero goals.

Johan outlined the latest progress on the development of the planetary boundaries framework and concluded that science has a fundamental role to play in the transformational, innovative, and equitable, global sustainability transition that is required to ensure that we remain within a safe and just operating space for humanity and biodiversity on Earth.

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