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Michele Wucker: Gray Rhinos in the World

Michele Wucker

Michele Wucker was interviewed by Market Watch on her insights on the possible “Gray Rhinos” scenario in the world. Below are a few of her observations: On China: The biggest one, globally and for China specifically, are the unintended consequences of the very loose monetary policy of the last 10 years and the way that […]

Peggy Liu on China’s Pollution @TED 2014

“Pollution crosses borders. China’s problem is everyone’s problem,” says Peggy Liu at TED 2014. Liu says that China actually has six advantages that could help it become a green economy faster than any other in the world. China has centralized control. This means that the nation can make large-scale infrastructure changes quickly. For example, China created […]

Lewis Pugh in Asia in August

We are thrilled to have Lewis Pugh back in Asia in August. Do seize the opportunity to engage him to inspire your team with his adventure stories! British explorer and endurance swimmer, Lewis Gordon Pugh, otherwise known as the Human Polar Bear, is the first man to swim at the North Pole. He undertook the North […]

Robyn Meredith @ TED Global 2012: China’s Dream for Its Own Future

Robyn Meredith spoke at TED Global Conference in 2012 on China’s dream for its own future. Below you have the video with her talk… Globalization has had the strangest effect. But we should be clear, as China moves into its next stage of development, it is choosing its own path, choosing what makes sense for […]