The 2015-16 State of the Future is a compelling overview of humanity’s present situation, challenges and opportunities, potentials for the future, and actions and policies that could improve humanity’s outlook – in clear, precise, and readable text with unparalleled breadth and depth. «It is time for intolerance of irrelevant speeches and non-actions by leaders. The stakes are too high to tolerate business as usual», warns the Executive Summary of the report.
A lucid, thought-provoking, strategically oriented exploration of the transforming world order.
Mihaly Simai, former Chairman, United Nations University
The State of the Future can make a difference in the world. Well done.
Wendell Bell, Professor Emeritus, Yale University
Global intelligence on the future of the world in the palm of your hand
So important for many people around the world.
Eleonora Masini, former Secretary and President, World Futures Studies Federation
Absolutely worth the reader’s time… takes the reader much farther forward than most thinking.
Defense & Foreign Affairs Policy Journal
Strategic Planning for the Planet… remarkably articulate and prescient
Willian Halal, Foresight Journal
Authoritative compendium of what we know about the future of humanity and our planet.
Certainly, the guide to make better decisions and achieve success.
Julio Millán, President Coraza Corporación Azteca
Invaluable insights into the future for the United Nations, its Member States, and civil society.
Ban Ki-moon, Secretary-General, United Nations
Executive Summary (pdf): Chinese, English, French, Korean, Portuguese, Romanian, Spanish
Table of Contents
Description and Foreword
What are the Prospects for Humanity?
List of Figures, Tables, Boxes
Pages: 289; includes some 40 graphs
Library of Congress Control Number: 98-646672
Al Jazeera interview with Jerome C. Glenn, CEO of The Millennium Project
Press Release: The Millennium Project’s newly-released «2015-16 State of the Future» Confirms that the World is Winning More than Losing, but Where it is Losing is Very Serious.
Media Advisory (pdf)