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The balance point is the one place where a complex system can be spontaneous, adaptive and alive
The ‘Putting positive impact into perspective’ presentation exceeded my every expectation
We are in the early stages of a global sustainability revolution with the potential to reshape the world
The team had a meeting as soon as your session was over and I could tell they were ignited and influenced by your conversation
Technology is not exogenous to the other forces defining our lives - it combines with political, cultural and social systems, often in dramatic and unforeseen ways
The Rise of Modern Food presentation wasn't just the best of our food series, it was one of the best we've profiled in 10 years
No problem can be solved from the same level that created it
The presentation hit it out of the park! Everyone loved the content, the delivery style was engaging, and it touched on highly relevant opportunities for New Zealand’s future
Participating is creating
The content expertly guided guests through some of the most urgent issues of our time, catalysing thoughtful conversations
Barriers are variables, not constants
I came away with new insights and understanding around something that profoundly influences our lives – food.
Hannah Tucker does independent research into the disruptive developments transforming the economy. She presents this content to business and investor audiences, while working with clients through her sustainability advisory business, Balance Point Advisory. Hannah is also the Founder of Disruption Dinner, providing culinary adventures through our changing food system.
Previously, Hannah worked in sustainable investing, both alongside Al Gore at Generation Investment Management and at PIMCO. Hannah holds dual masters degrees in business administration and international studies from the Wharton School and Lauder Institute of the University of Pennsylvania. She is a CFA Charterholder, Climate Reality Leader and regular contributor at the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership.
Will the 2020s mark the collapse of the industrial economy or rise of a modern economy? You’re invited to explore the answer in this latest report, which details the disruptive changes transforming the economy along with strategies for action.
This is a question many of us will have to answer in the 2020s as we shape the modern food system, centred on designing foods from the molecule up. Click here for a taste of what’s to come.
What can a super storm, Twitter challenge and record-breaking battery installation tell us about the shift from industrial to modern power? This article shares insights from the story of the Hornsdale Power Reserve.
Twenty years was all it took for the industrial transport system to take over major urban areas in the early 1900s. Within fifty years this system had spread around the world. Will the shift to modern transport occur in more or less time? Explore the answer in this overview of the disruption underway in transport.
Riding the wave rather than fighting the avalanche of disruption depends on how we allocate the resources under our control. Click here to explore your current positioning relative to disruptive change.
Will it survive the wave of disruption transforming the food system? Click to read Laura Rance’s summary of the Tale of Three Cheeseburgers featured in the Winnipeg Free Press.
Cities and regions around the world are competing to be the leaders in modern food. What areas will come out on top and what will this mean for modern food? This 20-minute opening talk for CityAge explores answers.
In this transformative moment in time, we are testing the bounds of what food means—its very essence—and the role it plays in our lives and all lives. How might we define food at the level of first principles? This content aims to forever change the way you might answer this question.
Clean Energy Revolution and Pandemic Relief: the Biden Administration makes its first two moves. Which one will we remember looking back on the term ahead? Hannah Tucker joins four leading women in climate to explore this question and others on For a Richer Life.
This four-minute video produced in collaboration with Blue Horizon and PwC tells the story of chickenless chicken, highlighting the developments making it possible and the potential impact of its adoption
Are you thinking inside or outside of the ‘Industrial Box’ when it comes to Responsible and ESG investing? This article produced in collaboration with Insight Investment makes a case for why truly sustainable investing requires a systems-lens revealing the disruptive nature of the decade ahead.
Disruption Dinner was delighted to host a culinary adventure into a warmer world at the Grove Hotel in Watford, UK. Click here to watch the 15-minute warm welcome and crash course to learn how disruptive changes in climate and technology are reshaping our food system and lives more broadly.
By 2030, do you believe biodiversity on land and at sea will (a) decrease, (b) remain the same or (c) increase? Click here to go on a culinary adventure through a biodiversity world brought to life with dishes and stories.
This Generation Sustainability Insights report explores how development in urban mobility are providing compelling opportunities to deploy capital for the long-term, while also signalling a period of heightened risk, as investments with exposure to the declining incumbent system come under pressure..
This Generation Sustainability Insights report explains how a chain reaction set the power industry and its investment landscape on a new course.
Environmental intelligence technologies are creating opportunities at the nexus of Big Data and climate change. This Generation Sustainability Insights report details the many ways in which organisations are harnessing environmental intelligence as a source of competitive advantage.