Global Futures Intelligence System

The Millennium Project’s Global Futures Intelligence System

The GFIS is now available for those who want to keep track of global change, gain insights into future possibilities, and help shape tomorrow.

The Millennium Project is integrating all of its information, groups, and software into a "Global Futures Intelligence System." GFIS* is The Millennium Project’s new way for you to participate with and have access to all of our resources in one place. Those who buy a one-year subscription can interact with all the elements of the system, make suggestions, initiate discussions with experts around the world, and search through over 10,000 pages of futures research and 1,300 pages of methods. The text has built-in Google translation with 52 languages. MP Node chairs and content reviewers will have free access.

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The Green Transition Scoreboard (GTS) 2013

Ethical Markets publishes Green Transition Scoreboard for 2013

The Green Transition Scoreboard® (GTS) 2013 tracks private investments growing the green economy worldwide since 2007. Last year was an inflection point for the green transition worldwide. Technology and innovation such as in electricity generation and transport began forcing structural changes and rethinking of business models, urban design and development toward integrated systemic approaches. Many private investors are shifting to green sectors following a transition strategy that was already recognized in the 2012 report by Mercer which suggested that 40% of portfolios should be in Green Transition sectors. With over $4.1 trillion invested since 2007, investors and countries growing green sectors globally are on track to reach $10 trillion in investments by 2020. Read the press release here.

Western Cape Launch of the 2012 State of the Future Report

November 2012

The Western Cape 2012 State of the Future launch took place during the evening of 29 November at the Mostertsdrif Manor House of the Stellenbosch Institute for Advanced Study (Stias). The event was attended by approximately 40 people including many M.Phil Futures Studies alumni, as well as a good mix of business, academia and public sector people.

Tanja Hichert of the SA Node gave a short presentation on the publication and the work of the Node, whilst the guest speaker, Dr Oonsie Biggs of the Stockholm Resilience Centre and Stias fellow, gave a fascinating talk on Complexity, Resilience and Regime Shifts. There was some excellent, high quality audience participation and discussion thereafter.

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