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A recent post on Gower Author Peter McManners’ Blog discusses why the third industrial revolution, driven by the capabilities of highly versatile robots and new automated processes, will have problems that need mitigating. The first of these is increased environmental damage, ushered in by the first industrial revolution…read more here.
Peter is the author of Green Outcomes in the Real World considered as:
”excellent…provides a unique perspective on sustainability and globalisation” by Professor Emilio Herbolzheimer, Henley Business School
“ground-breaking book, Peter McManners shines a spotlight on some of the most intractable and important issues of the current age…should be compulsory reading for policy makers and students of international affairs.” by Paul Taylor, Emeritus Professor of International Relations, London School of Economics
and as a:
“valuable and incisive book…makes challenging proposals for a new balance of responsibility and partnership in world affairs. These are indeed critical issues which will determine the future of humanity in the twenty-first century.” by Martin Lees, Secretary General, Club of Rome