The third industrial revolution

Rifkin, J.
April 2008
Engineering & Technology (17509637);4/26/2008, Vol. 3 Issue 7, p26
Academic Journal
In this exclusive essay for E&T, Jeremy Rifkin, one of the world's top authorities on climate change, talks about a new energy agenda for the 21st century and the next phase of European integration.


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