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Political advisor and author Jeremy Rifkin predicts that the current economic system is headed for collapse, and in its wake will emerge a radical new model fostered by the Internet’s unprecedented capacity for rapid sharing and innovation.
The notion that sharing would do away with the need for owning has been one of the mantras of sharing economy promoters. We could share cars, houses, and labor, trusting in the platforms to provide. But it’s becoming clear that ownership matters as much as ever.
Kim Stanley Robinson argues that our current economic system undervalues both the environment and future human generations, and it will have to change if we hope to succeed in dealing with the enormous challenges facing us.
Laine Laroche helps people find and live their life’s purpose. As a Hitchhiker and Train Hopper turned Silicon Valley Executive, Laine uses her street smarts and business skills to turn divine purpose into a sustainable and lucrative path.
Startups like Uber and Wonolo serve as middlemen between employees and companies, allowing companies to hire temporary staff on an as-needed basis. What does the future hold in store for the worker under this model?