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Future Agenda

Over the next decade, there are four certain macro drivers of change which will ...

Dense Cities

Efficient densely populated cities, not distributed options, are the blueprints ...

Community Living

The community is a prized goal for the middle aged, middle classes.

Locality

The next decade will see more of us living in cities so locality and how we live...

Security

Given the increasing ease of communication and connectivity, more people on the ...

Muslim Europe

The Muslim population has a rising cultural/political influence.

Asian Aviation

Asian aviation places more orders and becomes the largest air market in the worl...

Active Elderly

Wealthier, healthier older people increasingly engage in more active lives.

Happiness

At one extreme, happiness is about societal change, demographic shifts and so on...

Richer Poorer

Widening differences in wealth between and within urban and rural communities ex...

Less Energy

Consumers are incentivised to use significantly less energy as escalating growth...

Pharma Foods

More customised foods blur the line between pharmaceuticals and food as nutrigen...

Systemic Euthanasia

The escalating economic and social cost of supporting the aged beyond natural li...

Wealth

The next decade will see new technologies that will drive new business models th...

Halting Alzheimer’s

Stopping mental degradation from Alzheimer’s makes quality ageing more possible ...

Automated people-care

Robotic assisted care and remote monitoring provide economically viable support ...

Health

The world of health and nutrition is one which will experience many significant ...

Imbalanced Population Growth

By 2020 we will add another 750 million people to planet.

Four Certainties

What we see as the four macro-certainties for the next decade: a continued Imbal...

 
 

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