Humanity is at a tipping point.
The decisions we take over the coming months and years will determine whether the human species evolves or faces an irreversible decline.
But most people are still unaware of the dangers of we face from climate change and our destruction of the ecosystems and biodiversity on which our lives depend.
Johan Rockström, professor of environmental science at Stockholm University, is one of the few scientists in the world who is able to effectively communicate the risks we face -- as well as the opportunities -- if we collectively decide to take action.
I urge you to take 20 minutes to watch his presentation in New York during Climate Week last week. It will hopefully educate, inspire and empower you to take action.
Check out our interview with Rockström here.