HALLA TÓMASDÓTTIR: Our humanity has been lost. There is no future in a world where the natural systems break down, where the social contract is fractured, where no one trusts anyone.
YOLANDA KAKABADSE: You cannot have a healthy society, a human society in an unhealthy planet.
MARY ROBINSON: There is a link between racial inequality, gender inequality, poverty inequality, climate inequality.
CHRISTIANA FIGUERES: Future generations will ask us, What did you do? Ultimately, that question is to all of us.
RICHARD BRANSON: It's a real wake up call, and it's time to change our approach.
PAUL POLMAN: We need more courageous leadership, people that are willing to be a little bit more human.
EMMANUEL FABER: There will not be systemic change without a truly collective action of leaders.
DAVID CRANE: People who are willing to go out there and risk their jobs in order to do what's right.
NGOZI OKONJO-IWEALA: To be transparent and accountable to society.
MARY ROBINSON: Leaders who are humble and listen who listen to young people, listen to those who are marginalized, listen to women.
PAUL POLMAN: And together we make our voices heard.
HALLA TÓMASDÓTTIR: To set ambitious targets.
CHRISTIANA FIGUERES: To push the envelope.
PAUL POLMAN: To take brave action.
DAVID CRANE: To persuade others to follow.
JOCHEN: It's the collective that makes you strong.
JESPER: There's no time for generation gaps. We don't have that luxury.
SHARAN BURROW: This is about humanity itself. And it's urgent.
MO IBRAHIM: Do, act, lead by example.