Interview with David Bodanis

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Natural Resources Forum speaker, business advisor, futurist and writer of bestselling nonfiction books David Bodanis is interviewed by Elizabeth (year 2) and Sophia (year 5) and discusses what the future of professions might look like, what kids will need to study today to be ready for tomorrow, whether we can still reverse climate change, and most importantly whether people will live on Mars.

On David Bodanis:

David Bodanis is a speaker, business advisor and writer of bestselling nonfiction books, notably E=mc2: A Biography of the World's Most Famous Equation, which was translated into 26 languages. Originally from Chicago, he received an undergraduate education in mathematics, physics and economics at the University of Chicago (AB 1977). He lived in France for ten years from his early twenties and has since been based in London.

David’s newest book " The Art of Fairness - Can you succeed without being a terrible person?" published November 2020 in the UK is available in the US and globally as of 2021.