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Welcome to Climate, People & Organizations, a blog that explores the social, organizational and political implications of climate change.

My name is Christopher Wright and I’m an academic at the University of Sydney. A key focus of my current research is the impact of climate change on business organizations and society more generally. I also have a strong personal interest in the environment and view climate change as a serious threat to our society, ecosystem and future as a species.

In the following pages you can view posts on this topic as well as more details about my research, publications and interests. I’d welcome your comments and feedback.

Image: E Dubya
The coming storm (Image: E Dubya)

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  1. Thanks for your contribution Christopher, !! … to combat Climate Change is number one goal. – please connect on LINKEDIN w us – to see more of our work, and lets see what we can do together ! BUILDING bridges for worldwide collaborations!
    hoping to join you in, – many thanks!

    Greetings from Dubai, Sabine Balve, Founder and visionary of the World Leaders Forum Dubai – campaign, (January 2012 – January 2013) success of 100.000 followers and 10 million views per months – NEW campaign shortly with the GOAL of 1 million followers and 100 million views per months !

  2. Hi would you min stating which blog platform you’re
    using? I’m looking to start myy own blog soon butt I’m having a difficult time selecting betwesen BlogEngine/Wordpress/B2evolution aand Drupal.

    The resason I aask is because your layout seems different then most bogs
    and I’m looking for something unique. P.S My apollogies for getting off-topic buut I had to ask!

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