In December 2019, the first indication that something was not right started to emerge. By Mid-March 2020, it had become clear that the world was about to endure a pandemic. By the end of June 2020, the world was in the grips of something that had not occurred for over 100 years – a very serious and drawn-out pandemic.
Over the same period, the world has endured some of the worst bush fires in living memory, severe flooding, hurricanes and typhoons. These ongoing and severe weather events have added to growing concerns over the impacts of climate change.
These factors have placed all of us under extreme levels of stress and will change the way in which we live our lives for generations to come. The impact will affect society, our mental health, the financial markets and our approach to ethics.
Attendees of the conference can login and view the recordings below. Note, Bernard Salt's presentation was not recorded at his request.