October 15th, 2018

Climate, Welfare and Religious Schools

Climate Change & Environment

Economics & Politics

Sustainable Development

JAMES WONG asked: Professor Sachs, you laid out a visionary blueprint for the end of poverty underpinned by an international commitment of wealthier countries to provide international development aid to developing economies. Such a plan was always going to be reliant on multilateral cooperation but recently, you have commented on the end of multilateralism – and the need to prepare for ‘a future in which global cooperation is no longer an option’. How do we end extreme poverty in a fragmented world, and who should be stepping up to fill the leadership void?

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