What can Elon Musk, Naomi Klein, and the previous king of Bhutan possibly have in common? All are effective organizers in addressing climate change, albeit each in his or her own way. Musk, an entrepreneur in the private sector, founded and heads Tesla, which manufactures electric cars that challenge the carbon-fueled dominant design. Klein is a writer and social activist, working in what we call the plural sector—comprising associations that are neither public nor private, many rooted in commun…

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