Cities and Urbanization

What automation means for the future of the global population

Despite slowing growth elsewhere in the world, Africa's population is set to grow by almost three billion by 2100. Image: REUTERS/Stringer

Lord J. Adair Turner

Chairman, Energy Transitions Commission

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