View the “Nonlinearity of the Elephant Problem” Online

April 19, 2010 • Daily Email Recap

On October 4, 2009, the Population Institute hosted a fascinating seminar by Jack Alpert, former director of the Stanford Knowledge Lab. More recently, he summarized why he has concluded that the sustainable world population that allows ever increasing well being is below 100 million. To see it, click here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VTWduFB_RX0

If you would like to see the seminar he presented at Population Institute, or if you would like to show it to others, Jack has posted two 25-minute videos of the “Nonlinearity of the Elephant Problem.” You can view them at this URL http://skil.org/Qxtras_folder-2/nonlinearityofelephant.html.


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