Global thought leader and Nobel Peace Prize nominee Ervin Laszlo returns to discuss his beautiful new book The Upshift: Wiser Living on Planet Earth.
Ervin Laszlo has twice been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize, Laureate of the Luxembourg Peace Prize, the Assisi Mandir of Peace Prize, as well as of the Japan Peace Prize, the Goi Award, and has been identified by an international jury convened by OOOM Magazine as the 28th among the world’s one hundred most inspiring people. He is the editor of the prestigious periodical World Futures: The Journal of New Paradigm Research, founder-president of the international think tank The Club of Budapest, founder-president of The Laszlo Institute of New Paradigm Research, and chairperson of The Wisdom Council of the new internet platform People Together.
He is the author of over one hundred books translated into 24 languages, including The Wisdom Principles, along with nearly four hundred studies and articles. He lives in the Tuscan hills of the Mediterranean coast of Italy.
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