Interview: Jørgen Randers on being pushed to the limits
Almost 50 years since the publication of The Limits to Growth, co-author Jørgen Randers tells Chris Seekings what we can expect for the environment and society over the next half centuryWhen Professor Jørgen Randers is not too busy modelling the likelihood of imminent societal or environmental collapse, he spends much of his time planning a follow-up to his famous report The Limits T
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