Globalization for Better or for Worse: Civilization and the Environment

Why do some societies thrive and prosper while others shrivel and die? How can humanity maximize the opportunity for human happiness while saving the planet from ecological ruin and collapse? Are there lessons we can learn from other great civilizations that have grown to world dominance? Business strategist C.K. Prahalad takes on these questions with David Kirkpatrick.

Festival: 2007

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