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Maria Aiolova

Co-Founder, Terreform ONE in Brooklyn

How to Make the World Work for 11 Billion People

PRESENTED ON OCT 03, 2013
IN NEW YORK @ VOL 14

Maria Aialova is the co-founder of Terreform ONE, a think tank which focuses on mapping population density. It is predicted that by the end of this century the world will reach 11 billion people, with more than 3/4 of the population living in cities. We must shift from competition to cooperation and from ownership to membership in order to live successfully. 

"Presentation of the Day" on March 11, 2014.

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