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There are 3 comments on #WorldAfterCorona—Adil Najam’s Crash Course on the Future

  1. It is not surprising, but certainly disappointing, that Bill McKibben is now considered a expert in the future of humanity.

    He has made is fortune and fame on climate fearmongering that his ideas have no place in the scientific community.

    If you want to have a scientifically sound and practical approach on how to solve climate change you should have interviewed Michael Shellenberger.

    https://environmentalprogress.org/big-news/2020/6/29/on-behalf-of-environmentalists-i-apologize-for-the-climate-scare

  2. I would definitely like to share my personal thought with him directly if possible about the current situation around the world and what would the world look like from now on.
    I am an international student, from South Korea, and just want to talk about my experience I had living both in the States and in Korea.

  3. Great idea, Adil! I look forward to enjoying–and learning from–your interviews during this strange and stressful summer. I’m glad you included Thomas Picketty, one of the most lucid analysts of the direction that capitalism is taking the world.

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