Could a wellbeing economy help tackle climate change?

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Should we change our economic model to focus on sustainability instead of GDP in order to successfully tackle climate change?

We debate this on the Daily Climate Show with guests Tessa Khan, Director of Uplift, and Director at Small World Consulting Mike Berners-Lee.

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