The climate crisis is part of a bigger transformation in which
humanity realizes that the Earth is a finite system and that no
physical quantity can grow exponentially forever. This transformation
may affect mathematics — and be affected by it — just as
dramatically as the agricultural and industrial revolutions did.
After a review of the problems, we discuss how mathematicians can help
make this transformation a bit easier, and some ways in which
mathematics may change.

You can see my slides: links
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