Is it time for a more radical approach to sustainability?

Is it time for a more radical approach to sustainability?
Thought leaders are hailing the advent of a new trend - disruptive innovation - claiming it can revolutionise the green agenda. What do you think?
Yep, it will force progress
Err, disruptive what??
Another fad, it won't last

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