The survival of our civilisation through tackling the grand challenges that we currently face relies on transformative actions locally and globally. Thinking beyond boundaries and working collaboratively are fundamental requirements of such actions.

From the recent COP26 UN Climate Change Summit, the ‘whole systems’ approach is clearly essential to thinking and acting over the impact of climate change (and biodiversity decline) in the immediate and near-term future. Social, economic and environmental policies need to be considered holistically. A whole systems approach also implies the need for digital tools and big data.

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