What happens when you put two global guys - one from metropolitan New Delhi, the other from a village in the North of Norway - on the same rooftop in the Barcode of Oslo?
They solve all the world’s problems. At least for a moment. That’s what occurred the other day, when Det Moderne India invited Sony Kapoor, the re-known thinker and international adviser on economic and political affairs, for a chat with Thoralf Stenvold. Their subject was sustainability.
The two gentlemen, both alumni of the London School of Economics with truly transnational careers, touched upon India’s transformation, the Nordic model, climate change, inequality and global governance, including an eye to the UN Security Council, where both their countries will take a seat come next year.
Here is what happened: