No excuse and no escape to take responsibility - Global Briefing Report Review
A worldwide raging pandemic and Putin's brutal war of aggression. The twenties really did not begin auspiciously. The German president's notion of an epochal turning point hits the mark. The war and the desperate search for alternatives to fossil fuels from Russia somewhat pushed ongoing climate change, probably the greatest and most significant long-term challenge of our time, out of the headlines. As an aid to memory, just a few headlines from recent years: droughts in Australia, deforestation of the rainforest in Brazil, floods in Europe or melting glaciers in the Alps. The consequences of this warming – rising sea levels, climate instability, biodiversity loss, and humanitarian and energy crises, to name a few – pose an existential threat to the future of our society and all our businesses.
The complete article of the Liechtenstein Bankers Association can be found on page 14 and 15 of the current issue of the Global Briefing Report.