Climate Change: The Greatest Challenge for Human Ingenuity

To manage our greenhouse-gas emissions, humankind will have to make a host of dauntingly difficult transitions in the next few decades - individually, techonogically, and institutionally. Thomas Homer-Dixon takes stock of the obstacles to effective climate-change policies and suggests how they might be overcome.

Festival: 2006

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