Podcast | Jeremy Rifkin: “We must rethink our relationship with the planet and with all other species”
Architect of the theory of the Third Industrial Revolution, in which he thoroughly analyzes the economic, environmental, social and cultural impact of new technologies on the global economy, Rifkin is one of the most renowned contemporary communicators.
He holds a degree in Economics from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, where he currently teaches, and another in International Affairs from the Fletchen School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University. Jeremy Rifkin is also the Founder and President of the Foundation for the Study of Economic Trends. He has served as an advisor to many governments and regularly advises the European Parliament on environmental, technology and energy security issues.
A prolific author, he has written seminal works such as ‘The Empathic Civilization’ and ‘The Green New Deal’. In his latest work, ‘The Age of Resilience’, he analyzes the social and economic transformations that we must embrace to ensure our survival on Earth.
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