James Martin's Lecture: Target Earth
12 Mar 2008
Following James Martin's lecture on 12 March, we are interested to know from those who attended the event what they think about the grand scale challenges of the 21st century.
Is this going to be humanity’s last century? Or will it be the century in which civilisation sets sail towards a far more spectacular future?
Has Dr Martin missed out any major challenges? Do you see alternatives to his suggestions for addressing them?
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