Ross Ashcroft talks to George Cooper, author of Money, Blood & Revolution.
In the book he suggests that the economics profession is itself in a state of crisis. It needs the kind of shift in thinking that Copernicus brought to astronomy, or Charles Darwin to biology.
The catastrophe dubbed the Amazon Chernobyl is probably the world's worst oil related disaster on earth and yet few people have heard about it.
How do we free ourselves from the tyranny of wall-to-wall zoom calls and our so-called smart devices and become time rebels?