The neo-Malthusian worldview embodied in the 1972 Limits to Growth report to the Club of Rome defined the mindset that has guided most government policy-makers, business decision makers, and academics for roughly four decades. However, recent discoveries have thrown that worldview into turmoil and led to the rise of a very different perspective on economic growth and the potential for improving the quality of human life. What are the fundamental battle lines in this conflict? What are the implications for society, business, and investors? And how is this epic battle likely to be resolved? We’ll explore the answers to these questions and help you understand how to discuss them with your colleagues, family, and friends.
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