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In The Year 2050

Published on August 26, 2012 By Christopher Manfredi

Cities are continuing to explode as Latin America’s cities will blossom into a new almost completely urban (90%) environment.  These cities will be teeming with capital and experience as new economies are emerging to drive the next world economy explosion.  Even the Philippines is making en-roads in the capital world.  These cities will be vast […]

Houston Futures of…

Published on June 25, 2012 By Christopher Manfredi

Innovation:  Partnerships are the key to creating new things and new ideas.  Co-creation will reign! Workforce:  Hundreds of millions will be out of work as millions of jobs will go unfilled as the global economy looks to calibrate in the information age.  Is America watching closely? Social Activism:  There are great things happening in the […]

Houston Futures’s In the Year 2050

Published on June 10, 2012 By Christopher Manfredi

Climate change is costly.  Like 100 billion dollars costly, or at least to Latin America.   We need to get better at saving the environment, and make some big changes or create large goals like the Denmark who wants to have 100% renewable energy by 2050.  That’s a BHAG!  Every little bit of energy helps no […]

Best of the Blogs- February 2, 2012

Published on February 2, 2012 By Christopher Manfredi

Asian watcher Aimee Barnes looks keenly at Asia, sharing with us eight fortunes and coming misfortunes that’s forming off the mighty East’s boil. Stephen Aguilar-Millan, Director of Research, The European Futures Observatory, softens the perturbed world economic world with some cautious assumptions that may help us all breathe a little easier. Edge’s John Brockman poses […]

UN panel aims for future worth choosing

Published on January 30, 2012 By Jim Breaux

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-16775264 Another view of the world’s future out about 25 years and includes “actionable” recommendations. Here is a summary quoted from the BBC article: The panel’s diagnosis The number of people living in poverty is declining, but the number hungry is rising Inequality in wealth distribution is rising Access to clean water is increasing, but 2.6 […]

Is The Future of Economics Without Democracy?

Published on September 13, 2011 By Christopher Manfredi

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The Future of Capitalism

Published on September 1, 2011 By Christopher Manfredi

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