Disrupting the pale blue dot

AS THE digital age drives the world head-on toward the so-called “fourth industrial revolution” it should be possible to develop a “resourceful planet” even as demand for fossil fuels is not going anywhere soon, according to EY Oceania leader Russell Curtin.

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Russell Curtin

Carl Sagan’s ‘pale blue dot’ in space, the universe’s only known life-sustaining body, is expected to see a population approaching 10 billion by 2050 and there will be challenges on consumption for

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