Our Future on Earth: Science Insights into Our Planet and Society

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Future Earth

A non-technical overview of our interconnected global risks, climate, politics, oceans, forced migration, biodiversity, finance, food security, digital innovation for good, and transformation.  Discussion of  “How to Spur Radical Change” explains Transformation systems or “T-systems”  that nudge a status quo system with a missionary strategy, an entrepreneurial strategy, a “lover” strategy, or a “warrior” strategy.  The politics section describes the need to counter the rise of authoritarian right-wing populism.

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