High Noon: The Urgent Need for New Approaches to Global Problem-Solving

We face at least 20 burning global problems today. They must get resolved within the next 20 years if we are to avoid their massive, disastrous planetary consequences. But the current international system is failing to deliver the deep and timely solutions that are required. Why is that, and what are we to do?

Festival: 2007

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