Age of Change: The Business of Survival.
We are delighted to have taken part in a new landmark film series, presented by WWF and produced by BBC StoryWorks Commercial Productions, which showcases the incredible stories of businesses that are leading radical and innovative new efforts to secure a nature-positive future for our planet.
In our video, along with Polestar, we cover the importance of tapping into supply chain transparency within electric vehicles (EVs) today, and tracking the minerals used to make them. EVs have the potential to help decarbonize our planet, and by harnessing Circulor's technology, the mini-documentary explores how we help make this possible, today.
Entitled Age of Change: The business of survival, the selection of films shine a spotlight on an array of ambitious work that is being done around the world - from reforestation in Uganda to wetland restoration in Hong Kong, as well as the creation of butterfly biospheres in Mexico and water conservation communities on the River Ganges. It also showcases some of the incredible individuals that are pioneering passion and purpose to tackle the twin crises of nature loss and climate change.
WWF’s aim is to help make the world nature-positive by 2030 – that is, to be living in a world with more nature than is in the world today. It's an ambitious goal that needs governments, businesses, and civil society to work together and transform the ways that we think, eat, produce, consume and live, all around the world.
Additional stories will be joining the series in November 2022.