Beyond the core support of Frederick S. Pardee, additional recent funding for the IFs project has come from the World Bank, Population Services International, SENS Foundation, CEPLAN (Peru), United Nations Human Development Report Office, Oxfam America, Arrow Electronics, the U.S. National Intelligence Council, and - thanks to our strategic partner in Africa, the Institute for Security Studies - from the United Kingdom British High Commission in South Africa and the Western Cape Provincial Government. Other developments within IFs have been funded in part by the European Commission, United Nations Environment Programme, U.S. Institute for Peace, Frederick S. Pardee Center for Longer Range Global Policy and the Future of the Human Condition at RAND Corporation, and European Union Center at the University of Michigan. Thanks also to the National Science Foundation, Cleveland Foundation, Exxon Education Foundation, Kettering Family Foundation, Pacific Cultural Foundation, and General Motors for funding that contributed to earlier generations of IFs.