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Aventine Research Institute
The World As You'll Know It
It’ll be years before we can take stock of the cumulative effects of Covid-19. But right now, amidst the upheaval, loss and confusion, a new future is being etched out in decisions large and small. In five in-depth conversations, journalists and experts discuss how these decisions might play out to change the course of climate change, automation cities, economic policy and higher education in the years to come.
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4.8 stars from 58 ratings
Great podcast with stuff I want to hear about. When I look up David Wallace-wells podcast on google I get a bunch of other podcasts he’s been on but not this main one. Also when I look up his name on apple podcasts site it doesn’t come up. That’s due to their stupid limited search functionality...Read full review »
karacutie21 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/03/20
Amazing Podcast
Came here looking to learn a little more about what the future looks like and was pleasantly surprised to hear experts speaking so bluntly on these issues. It truly is n amazing podcast and a breath of fresh air via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/06/20
Profound and relevant
A really great listen that manages to be illuminating and approachable at the same time. Great access to key contemporary thinkers.
chutki via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 10/31/20
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