The Third Industrial Revolution (2017)

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In his lecture at Brooklyn, Jeremy Rifkin visualizes the third industrial revolution.

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6 March 2018 | StewyMovies
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| A must see doco for Climate Change denialisms
This documentary (really it's a lecture) by Jeremy Rifkin gives hope in the face of the gloom facing this world over climate change and economic inequality. Jeremy Rifkin is a clear thinker and expert at articulating his deep and positive visions for our 'human family'. It was refreshing to him speak about the planet and the impact of climate change from a point of view of acceptance and that we can do something about it...no alternative facts, biased opinion or scepticsim to be heard.

Despite what is basically corrupt and cement boot hesitation by many world leaders to act on climate change, Rifkin spells out the benefits for humanity that will come if we embrace the free and clean sources of power in conjunction with the digital era.

What I enjoyed most was hearing a clearly well informed expert speak so concisely about our situation and show how science and technology can save us. It's not all airy fairy stuff either...as Rifkin explains, he has already stewarded Germany and China who are well on the way to this new revolution.

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22 April 2017

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English


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USA

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