DECODING TOMORROW: FUTURISM AND FORESIGHTS TODAY

FORESIGHTS AND IDEAS THAT EXPAND MINDS AND INSPIRE A CHANGE OF HEART.

18 Oct 2021

Sustainability is in Fashion

There is no time to waste. As we approach COP26 in Glasgow, it is clear that climate change doesn't care whether you or I like it or not. It will continue to happen without our permission - and wreak havoc unless we transform our ...

12 Aug 2021

Sustainable Futures: Sustainability Tips on the Home & Business Fronts

We’ve amassed our reusable coffee cups and grocery bags but as noble as these things are, they’re small, incremental changes in the scheme of environmental conservation. But there are a few changes - low hanging fruits if you wish - ...

26 Jul 2021

Without Sustainable Business Development Goals There is No Sustainable Future

In 1914, among high unemployment, Henry Ford decided to pay his factory workers a minimum of $5 a day. It was close to double what the average auto factory worker made and it shocked the industry. But it was a brilliant move. The ...

15 Jul 2021

Innovation on Purpose: the human heart of progress

In 1930 John Maynard Keynes predicted that the economy would become so productive that people would spend barely any time at work. He imagined that machines would take on so much labour that we would have much more time for leisure.  ...

24 Jun 2021

Circular Economy and Sustainable Innovation - Futurist Keynote

I recently keynoted for our client Tetra Pak's client network of food producers across Latin America (courtesy of Nathan Thompson at Keppler Speakers) on Sustainable Innovation and wanted to share some of the highlights on Sustainable ...

04 Mar 2021

Sustainable Futures: Decoupling Through Technology

  Can we do more with less? Can we have our cake and eat it too? It seems we can if you tune into Andrew McAfee's latest book 'More from Less', which argues that technology is helping us decouple productivity gains from planetary ...

08 Nov 2019

Technological Innovation: The Key to a Sustainable Future

Most of us engage in sustainability measures we hope will go some way to helping us tread more lightly on our precious planet. All make some difference but are mostly symbolic or make a marginal difference. I believe in the end we’ll ...