CLIMATE . CHANGE – Episode 2 – With Anjuli Pandit, UK Head of Corporate Sustainability, BNP Paribas

Episode 2 of the short film series “Climate . Change” features Anjuli Pandit, Head of Corporate Social Responsability at BNPP in the UK. In this episode, Anjuli shares her convictions and concerns about the global climate crisis and calls on our responsibilities as consumers. As she guides us through the mechanisms of global warming and its infamous disastrous impact on our planet, Anjuli highlights the doom scenario we all face unless we, as consumers and business people, do not start to act and consume more consciously and responsibly. And although she acknowledges the difficulty and impracticality to exhort change in the modern society we live in, driven by its globalization process and rampant consumerism, she does raise some questions that can help us, consumers, rethink, if not reduce, our consumption patterns.

“Climate . Change” is a short documentary series directed by Thierry Daher & Julie Benasra and produced by Positive Solutions ( with the support of Solutions & Co by Sparknews.

Editors Note: The opinions expressed here by columnists are their own, not those of  — Featured Photo Credit: Anjuli Pandit – Twitter
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Positive Solutions is a purpose-driven content agency, creating exclusively Positive Content and igniting positive transformation in people and organizations worldwide. We do this by representing and promoting some of the world’s brightest business minds who have a positive impact on people and/or the planet, such as Mo Gawdat, former Chief Business Officer of Google[X] & Founder of #onebillionhappy and Duncan Wardle, former Head of Innovation & Creativity for Disney. And by creating video, events and cinematic film content that have a positive impact on audiences, across cultural boundaries. Positive Solutions was created in September 2017 by Thierry Daher, a tech entrepreneur, digital marketer, award-winning filmmaker and brand content pioneer who has worked over the years with the likes of Disney, Nike, Adidas, Reebok, Puma, Macy’s, Bic, Mattel and many more, mixing brands and pop culture in his groundbreaking feature documentaries, series and videos.

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