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Jussi Hulkkonen 19h
A pleasant surprise to have the great visit our meeting to give us some highlights from the latest study among other things.
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Ricardo Borges de Castro Jun 21
Actually, the new global trends report was also born there to a certain extent. Almost a year ago, at the same Jean Monnet house, you set out how you would go about writing the report. Already then you had suitcases of ideas... Read the result:
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SwaSantNèfPapi ♋️ 27 Dec 17
Let me congratulate @niskkaaa for this banging album is definitely a gem and one of my favorite killed it on that track Kudos ladies, great collab ☺️😊🙏🏽👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾
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Florence of Arabia Jul 26
Summer reading part 2: As I’m trying to become better at thinking about the future, I read about why others have failed at predicting it - or why they succeeded.
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Žiga Turk 12 Nov 15
At Global Trends 2030.
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Ricardo Borges de Castro Nov 29
Season 2 - an extraordinary journey! : The year of Tech & Digital Evangelists ⬇️ : The year of Social Innovators & Change-Makers ⬇️ : The year of Strategists & Foresighters ⬇️ : The Year of Activists & Storytellers
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Ricardo Borges de Castro Jul 9
at Jean Monnet House to reflect abt future of EU & the world. This historical place gives perspective: as challenging as things may seem now, endured hard times before & overcame. Is there courage, & imagination to do so again? That is the real question
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Belma Apr 8
Climate change, demography and urbanization are the top 3 mega-trends that will determine the policy focus of the next two EU legislative terms, according to a new report titled “Global Trends to 2030: Challenges and Choices for Europe”
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Aline Roldan Dec 15
supranational foresight work is unique & fundamental: "...it's a commendable undertaking by one of the most important blocs of the world, I'm also not aware of any bloc or supranational union engaging in collective futures exploration at that level."
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Christian Bason 12 Nov 15
Foresight is important but since you cannot predict many things we must also rely on real-time testing new approaches
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Evan Lamos 12 Nov 15
shows a visualisation of to illustrate that our problems are .
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Valou 18 Oct 17
Et demain, on mange quoi ? / And tomorrow, what should we eat ?
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Daniel Fiott Apr 8
“We have not just produced a report... with we have put strategic foresight on the map and as a focal point of EU thinking”, says EPSC Director . Read the report by now: 🇪🇺📖🔮📈🧮
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Geoff Mulgan 16 Nov 16
Black swans, elephants and jellyfish. A view from NATO's mehmet kinaci
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Isabelle Ioannides Jan 25
Surprised to see a 2-year span labelled as when most experts use a 5-30 year span for such an exercise. Nonetheless, looks like good weekend reading to see what the near could hold for us in these turbulent times.
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RAND Europe 12 Nov 15
How will global societal trends such as ageing, inequality and migration impact Europe over next 15 years?
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Kristalina Georgieva 12 Nov 15
Discussing Global trends in and at the annual forum of
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Prabhat Agarwal 13 Nov 15
We somehow need to find ways of framing our futures discussions that are not dominated by fear
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Don Tapscott 16 Nov 15
What will the be for 2030? ? Conference.
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School Of International Futures (SOIF) Nov 28
The countdown is on! In a few hours, our founder will discuss strategic foresight, aspirational futures and much more in the panel "Foresight: Thinking About Tomorrow Today" at annual conference 2018.
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