Fino all'ultima goccia, May 16, 2021(in Italian)
Come l’acqua è diventata uno strumento per ottenere vantaggi economici e sociali e causa di conflitti nel mondo. Il giornalista Stefano Liberti ne discute con il saggista e climatologo Giulio Boccaletti, il presidente di Coop Alleanza 3.0 Mario Cifiello e la ricercatrice Marirosa Iannelli. Questo incontro si è svolto in diretta il 16 maggio 2021. Fa parte del festival di Internazionale a Ferrara, che a causa della pandemia si è spostato online: https://www.internazionale.it/festival
Second Green Templeton Public Lecture, March 10, 2021
Key lessons from COVID for recovery strategies. Governments around the world are committing to ‘build back better’ as they recover from the disruption caused by the pandemic. Expectations are high. This lecture draws on examples from history and from experiences around the world to help illustrate the challenges in delivering on these expectations.
Forum Talk - Coop Alleanza, March 1, 2021 (in Italian)
La corsa all’oro blu. Il ruolo dell’acqua nel mondo che verrà. L’acqua sarà al centro del dibattito pubblico globale e la sua disponibilità e la titolarità dello sfruttamento oggetto di controversie internazionali. Per capire bene lo stato delle cose.
Creating the Future: Weatherbys Private Bank, October 20, 2019
We are at a tipping point in our relationship with water. Humanity is over-using resources, our inability to adequately value water and invest in the systems we depend on threatens human health, prosperity and even, in some cases, political stability. Giulio put forward the case for a fundamental re-evaluation of the relationship between nature and economic growth in the 21st century.
Oxford Martin School, November 22, 2018
Joint lecture with The Rockefeller Foundation Economic Council on Planetary Health. Global health outcomes are unlikely to be sustainable if they are achieved at the expense of the integrity of the very ecosystems human societies depend on. Indeed, the modern economy appears to treat global health and natural systems as substitutes: as we achieve more of the first, more of the second deteriorates. But ecosystem integrity can be complementary to human health: under specific conditions, investing in the first can lead to improving returns on investments in the second.
The Economist Sustainability Summit, April 11, 2018
Making the future present: counteracting short-termism in business strategy. With Michael Lewis, Chief executive, E.ON and Giulio Boccaletti, Chief strategy officer and global managing director for water, The Nature Conservancy
The Nature Conservancy, April, 2018
The Conservancy's case for the integration of ecosystems and water security.
WGBH Innovation Labs November 14, 2017
The future of cities. The story of water security and how it relates to urbanisation.
CGTN June 24, 2016
CCTV America’s Asieh Namdar spoke to Giulio Boccaletti, managing director for water at The Nature Conservancy. Together they talked about water conservation technology.
LifeGate, April 6, 2016 (in Italian)
Edizione 2016 dell'Osservatorio nazionale sullo stile di vita sostenibile. Giulio Boccaletti, global managing director di Nature Conservancy, ha messo a fuoco uno dei problemi maggiormente sentiti in tutto il mondo: come far crescere l’economia rispettando i limiti fisici del nostro pianeta.
Oxford Martin School Water Security Conference, December 9, 2015
Conservation solutions to the global water security challenge. The role of natural infrastructure in delivering water security.
Reuters January 20, 2015
Exchange: The future of water. The World Economic Forum regards growing scarcity of blue gold as the world's biggest risk. Giulio Boccaletti, managing director at The Nature Conservancy, discusses why with Antony Currie.