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  • Rick Bonetti

Where Are We Trying to Go? Possibilities for 2050

Updated: Jul 16, 2022

In February 2021, the Institute For The Future (IFTF) Vantage hosted a virtual public convening of climate experts as part of their annual research process. The above YouTube video of the keynote session with IFTF Distinguished Fellow Jamais Cascio explores the kinds of revolutionary changes needed over the next twenty-eight years to create a truly climate-positive future.

Portions of IFTF Vantage's annual Map of the Decade research are made public one year after sharing it with their paying organizations partners so we can anticipate Building Climate-Positive Organizations will be released to the public in Summer 2022.

The climate crisis will be perhaps the most critical force of the next several decades — and the decisions we make in the 2020s will be essential to our ability to shape our long-term future. The climate crisis demands that we act with urgency in a time of unprecedented challenge and complexity, and it means we must think in a longer-term timeframe than we usually do. ~ IFTF

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