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The Future Quotient: 50 Stars in Seriously Long-Term Innovation

The Future Quotient: 50 Stars in Seriously Long-Term Innovation

We are at a crucial watershed point in the history of global development. We can choose to continue living in a world where ‘quarterly capitalism’ is the norm, or transform the way our economy works, the values it embraces, the cultures it builds and the future it incubates. Read more…

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Postcards from 2050: Future solutions to challenges in the built environment

Postcards from 2050: Future solutions to challenges in the built environment

UK-GBC asked senior industry leaders (from its Leaders’ Network) to present existing challenges across a range of issues and the next generation of CEOs (from its Future Leaders programme) to respond to each, as if writing from 2050. Read more…

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It's Alive! Can you imagine the urban building of the future?

It's Alive! Can you imagine the urban building of the future?

The study, undertaken by Arup’s Foresight + Innovation team, foresees that structures will be fully integrated into the fabric of the city,... Read more…

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The Future of Urban Water

Guidance and industry reports

A publication depicting four plausible scenarios for the future of urban water utilities in 2040. Using Sydney as a reference city, it explores how a wide range of social, technological, economic, environmental and political trends could shape our urban water future. Read more…

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Vision 2050

Guidance and industry reports

The World Business Council for Sustainable Development’s cornerstone Vision 2050 report calls for a new agenda for business laying out a pathway to a world in which nine billion people can live well, and within the planet’s resources, by mid-century. Read more…

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Drivers of Change cards

What will our world be like in 2050? This set of cards identifies some of the leading drivers of change that affect our future. The intention is for these cards to act as a trigger for discussion, further research and reflection about our future. Read more…

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