As a person you will be involved in different social organizations. It could be your town, your family, your startup, your organization, your NGO, and you will have different types of influence.
Now, the question is coming to the democracy, in the political representation, in the question of that, and the key issue is going to be, let’s say, regarding on the very precise question of the organization and state is going to be the battle, not a battle, but the distinction regarding private goods and public goods. And how we’re going to be… how we will have to manage public goods and private goods. If you look even today, some countries… Kazakhstan. Kazakhstan is a small outfit country with a lot of oil and gas. Oil and gas is public goods; is a world public goods, or is a Kazakhstan public goods, or is a Gazprom whatsoever private goods? The challenge is there. The battle is in that direction.
In the meantime, we’re talking about energy. Energy is critical and we’re going to have some discussion regarding what we call the democracy for energy, with the smart grid, with all the new types of approach and with… about we’re going to reinvent. Nevertheless, you have, as said my friend Joël de Rosnay, you have the lobbies and there are several lobbies: finance, drugs, weapons, energy and the others, and the lobbies are going to anyway resist.