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Global Trends 2030. Dec 10, 2012. Presenter: Mathew J. Burrows, Counselor, US National Intelligence Council; Author, «Global Trends 2030: Alternative Worlds» / Keynote Response: Frederick Kempe, President and CEO, Atlantic Council / Moderator: David Ignatius, Associate Editor, Washington Post (Dec  15, 2012)

Global Trends 2030. Dec. 11, 2012. Presenter: Barry Pavel, Director, The Brent Scowcroft Center on International Security, Atlantic Council (Dec 16, 2012)

From managing climate change, feeding almost 10 billion people by 2050, and coping with new security threats, navigating the future is tricky. At Diplomatic Courier we have examined the indicators and the trends for a decade. In 2012 we decided to explore and confront the challenges that lie ahead by convening thought leaders across multiple disciplines, industry sectors, government, and civil society in our Future Forums series. We looked at everything from the future of jobs to humanitarian and public diplomacy, to wealth, health, and global cities and we know that the World in 2050 is not a scary world. In the process, global publics from 140 countries joined the conversations via livestream and twitter and our events reached an unprecedented 150.2 million social media impressions. Join us in 2016 as we tackle the next set of #megatrends in Jobs, Education, Food, Health, Well-being, Cybersecurity, the Internet of Things, and the Path to Global Peace. (Sep 19, 2015)

Projecting the most-populated nations in the world in 2050, 35 years from now (2015).n (Jun 23, 2015)

Europe or Eurabia by 2050? (May 8, 2010)

The Economist spoke to entrepreneurs and people on the streets of New York City and asked: what will the world look like in 2050? (April 9, 2012)

Speaker: Dr. Peter Diamandis – Co-Founder of Singularity University and Founder of the X-Prize – United States of America (March 2, 2014)

Daniel Franklin, executive editor of The Economist and editor of «The World in…» examines megatrends across four main areas: «people», «life and death», «economy and business» and «knowledge», at The Economist’s Ideas Economy: Innovation 2012 event in Berkeley, California. (April 11, 2012)

Global Trends 2030: Alternative Worlds report is the fifth installment in the National Intelligence Council’s series aimed at providing a framework for thinking about the future.
The report predicts the four mega trends that we might see in coming years. (March 17, 2013)


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