The action we take today will determine the kind of world the next generation will inherit.
...Not ours, but our children's. What could that future look like? What amazing developments will we see on the road to that future? What challenges will we face?
Better Futures is a one day event, which took place in London on 12 February. We brought together speakers from a range of disciplines to discuss the big issues that will affect all our futures.
Watch the highlights from the Better Futures 2019 conference. Our speakers and guests share their key takeaways as well as the messages we should give to future generations.
The Chair of our Better Futures conference, Calum Cooper, gives a round-up of the key themes from the seminar. We took a look at the big multi-generational themes affecting society and what actions we could take today to make a difference for future generations.
Asking Great Questions
Recently we held our Better Futures 2019 conference in London. We brought together over 30 speakers from a broad range of disciplines to prompt us to think about the multi-generational themes affecting society and what actions we can take to help future generations. Our Chair, Calum Cooper, has written a blog reflecting on the event.
In another recent blog post Calum wrote that we live in the world our questions create. So, if we want a better future, we have to ask great questions. And more importantly we must start to answer them and act. See below to read some of the questions we've been asking:
We'll be continuing to build on and explore the themes we discussed at the event. We've a dedicated group on LinkedIn which will continue to focus on the issues that affect our society and on the actions we should be taking to help future generations. Please do get involved. You can join the conversation here.
We brought together speakers from a range of disciplines to discuss:
We asked some children what they think the world will be like when they grow up. Our experts have some surprising insights into how life might change in the years to come.
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