The Economist, highlighting their pandemic coverage


Welcome to our weekly newsletter highlighting the best of The Economist’s coverage of the pandemic and its effects.

1. Jair Bolsonaro has been accused of crimes against humanity in Brazil. A thousand-page Senate inquiry into the country’s disastrous handling of covid-19, leaked this week, is far more damning than expected. Its authors say that his “macabre” approach to the pandemic, including organising large gatherings of his supporters and disparaging scientists, constitutes a “crime against public health”.

Kilde: The Economist


The Transformation

The Transformation is a A Future History of America & the World from 2020 to 2050, in 5 parts, as told by a Gen Z character in 2100.

The series is a positive yet plausible scenario about how we can solve the many challenges of our time & build a much better future.

Source: The Transformation

thanks to those 25 innovators, who sparked the project, beginning long before the pandemic.


5th The civilisational changes of the transformation

4th The Watershed election of 2020 in the long view of American History

3rd How we turned the corner on climate change by 2050

2nd The technology long booms that remade the world fron 2020 to 2050

1st The History of America & the World from 2000 to 2050