The 2004 State of the Future among the best of 2004
Thought you might like to know that the 2004 State of the Future got listed among the best of 2004 by Future Survey.
By Jerome Glenn
BEST FUTURE BOOKS OF 2004
Over 100 authoritative books and reports, mostly published in the past 1-2 years, that are especially valuable as a broad introduction to important long-term trends, forecasts, and possibilities.
* INEVITABLE SURPRISES : Thinking Ahead in a Time of Turbulence
Peter Schwartz. Gotham/Penguin, June 2003/247p.
Chair of Global Business Network views surprises in the next 25 years as the norm, but many can be anticipated : the US as "rogue superpower" in a truly new world order, return of the Long Boom, major sci/tech breakthroughs, global climate change, and older and healthier people.
* 2004 STATE OF THE FUTURE by Jerome C. Glenn and Theodore J. Gordon. Ongoing project evaluates global challenges, opportunities, scenarios. http://www.acunu.org/millennium/iss...
* HIGH NOON : Twenty Global Problems, Twenty Years to Solve Them
J. F. Rischard. Basic Books, June 2002/241p.
World Bank VP considers top global concerns involving the global commons, requiring a global commitment, or needing a global regulatory approach.
For the complete list, visit FUTURE SURVEY : http://www.wfs.org/fsurv.htm