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Megatrends by HP – Exploring the social shifts and technological forces impacting our future
- The Dahrendorf Forum has published a concluding Compendium on “Ralf Dahrendorf and the European Union 2030: Looking Back, Looking Forward,” edited by Academic co-Directors Helmut K. Anheier and Iain Begg. The Compendium features contributions from top scholars from across Europe, including a foreword by former UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown.
- The first of the Dahrendorf Forum’s two ‘Foresight’ exercises carried out during 2018-19 aimed at mapping out key political, socio-economic, and international trends that might impact European security in 2030 in order to identify potential triggers of change and concrete risks.
Public launch of NATO 2030 Expert Group’s Report – 3.12.20
NATO in 2030: Adapting to a New World – Carnegie Europe, 3.12.20
- fintech, greentech, healthcare, 5g
The Five Megatrends Shaping Our Future, with BlackRock’s Jeff Spiegel – NYSE, 11.20
Megatrends: The real drivers of future growth – 06.20
- A global reset: how megatrends can reframe your future
- The eight megatrends that will shape the world’s now, next and beyond – 10.20
- Redefinim viitorul sau vom fi redefiniți de viitor? – 06.20
Shaping the Trends of Our Time. Report of the UN Economist Network for the UN 75th Anniversary – UN, 09.20
17 ways technology could change the world by 2025 – WEF, 06.20
MEGATRENDS by SITRA – 03.20
- What will the 2020s look like? What trends will have the biggest impact on our future and what kinds of tensions exist between the various megatrends of our time? Sitra’s Megatrends 2020 list provides an overview of the issues we should focus on in the coming years.
Megatrends for the future of business – 03.20
Predictions for 2030 by people shaping the world – MIT Tech Review, 02.20
20 Metatrends for the Roaring 20s – Peter Diamandis, 01.20
Fondatorul Facebook spune ce ne aşteaptă în următorul deceniu – New Money, 01.20
Imagine 2030 – Deutsche Bank, 12.19
- Many ‘decade ahead’ predictions prove unreliable. And we admit this special edition of Konzept cannot be a perfect crystal ball. Regardless, we present 24 contrarian ideas for how the 2020s may evolve because we believe it is best to be prepared for the unexpected themes that may arise over the coming decade. (pdf)
- By 2030, your CO2 emissions will be greatly reduced. Meat on your dinner table will be a rare sight. Water and the air you breathe will be cleaner and nature will be in recovery. The money in your wallet will be spent on being with family and friends, not on buying goods. Saving the climate involves huge change, but it could make us much happier at the same time. Right now, we are losing the fight against climate change – but what would winning look like? What is life like in a green world?
The Chinese Economy in the Next 30 Years: Political Reform vs. Status Quo? – Milken Institute, 7.19
- What’s in the future for China? China has transformed from a closed-door society to a prosperous and progressive one in the past 40 years. Pragmatism and pro-growth policies in the reform era centered mostly on people’s lives and building a nation with a modern economic system. With China at the threshold of entering the middle-income stage, how will the nation advance further in the coming decades? In light of sharply rising geopolitical challenges on the global stage and the declining prospect of consistent moderate expansion on the domestic front, how the new generation of Chinese leadership tackles these challenges—if they choose to do so—via social transformation and political reform will be critical. Through the lenses of scholars, business executives, and government officials, this panel will discuss the likely approaches the Chinese leadership will take to answer to the current challenges and opportunity. Along the discussion, the panel will touch upon the importance of foreign firms and capital in the future of China’s success.
Global Trends to 2030. Challenges and Choices for Europe – ESPAS, 04.19
The World’s Largest 10 Economies in 2030, ranking by GDP (PPP) – 03.19
12 Predictions for Global Geopolitics for 2019 through 2025—and Beyond – Global Security Review, 09.18
Beyond the Noise. The Megatrends of Tomorrow’s World – Deloitte, 2017
- Welcome to the year 2030. Welcome to my city – or should I say, “our city”. I don’t own anything. I don’t own a car. I don’t own a house. I don’t own any appliances or any clothes.
- It might seem odd to you, but it makes perfect sense for us in this city. Everything you considered a product, has now become a service. We have access to transportation, accommodation, food and all the things we need in our daily lives. One by one all these things became free, so it ended up not making sense for us to own much.
- The five global shifts reshaping the world we live in. What are the implications for organisations, industries and wider society, right now and in the future? How can we shape and respond to them?
World’s Top Global Mega Trends To 2025 and Implications to Business, Society and Cultures – Frost & Sullivan, 2016
10 Mega Trends that are (re)shaping our world – Sam Atkinson, IPSOS, 2016
Conférence Jacques Attali – Peut-on penser le monde en 2030 ? – 2014
- Le 18 février 2014, Jacques Attali, polytechnicien de la promotion 1963, est venu à l’École polytechnique donner une conférence intitulée : Peut-on penser le monde en 2030 ?
“The World in 2030” by Dr. Michio Kaku – 2009
- “The World in 2030: How Science will Affect Computers, Medicine, Jobs, Our Lifestyles and the Wealth of our Nations”
- The achievements of the industrial and information ages are shaping a world to come that is both more dangerous and richer with opportunity than ever before. Whether promise or peril prevails will turn on the choices of humankind.
Global Trends to 2035. Geo-politics and international power – European Parliamentary Research Services, 2017
The World in 2050 – The Diplomatic Courrier, 2020
The World in 2050: What megatrends do you see? – 11.20
How 10 billion people could live well by 2050 – using as much energy as we did 60 years ago – The Conversation, 10.20
The World in 2050 – Politico, 06.20
- Europe’s stranded assets: Mapped
- Europe’s climate goal: Revolution
- Can democracies beat climate change?
- Europe struggles to seed the forest for the trees
- Why carbon-free Europe will still need North African energy
- The city of 2050: Less smog, more bikes and hyper-local living
- Beef farmers are the new coal miners
- What’s next for European travel? Future tech — or back to the past
The World in 2050 – Futurology, 05.20
Looking to 2060: A Global Vision of Long-term Growth – OECD, 2012
- The balance of economic power is expected to shift dramatically over the coming half century, with fast-growing emerging market economies accounting for an ever-increasing share of global output, according to new OECD research. For more information visit: www.oecd.org/economy/lookingto2060.htm
- In Conversation with Ian Goldin and Robert Muggah – Penguin, 10.20
Book Launch “Terra Incognita: 100 Maps to Survive the Next 100 Years” with Prof Ian Goldin – 10.20
The 5 mega-trends you should know about – WEF, 09.20