Out of Africa, with Thomas L. Friedman

New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman investigates whether a changing climate could also be one of the drivers of Europe’s worst migration crisis since World War II. He travels to the remote corners of the African Sahel to see whether some of those migrants making the deadly trip across the Mediterranean are actually “climate refugees.”

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Years of Living Dangerously

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Digital Twin

By connecting the real and virtual worlds digital twins help create, test and deploy the disruptive technologies and ideas needed to respond to the climate crisis at an unprecedented pace. A look at how experts such as Peter Bauer, Director of Destination Earth at the European Center for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts, are using digital twins to help plan and define the future.