“What was different about Earth Day was that it wasn’t in one city or five cities; we had events in every town, every village, every crossroads in the United States.” - Founder of Earth Day, Denis Hayes
TEALEAVES at the World Biodiversity Forum alongside WHO, Microsoft, NSCAD and more.
In the spirit of open-source, discover the insights of WHO, BCGI, Johns Hopkins, TEALEAVES, Kew Gardens, UBC Botanical Garden, Durham University and NSCAD at the World Biodiversity Forum.
Representing 60 countries from all corners of the world, more than 500 experts came together for a meeting of the minds at the first global convention on biodiversity.
According to the Ellen MacArthur Foundation, the Circular Economy is a framework to achieve environmental and economic goals at the same time.