On Wednesday, January 16, Interim Associate Director Jonathan Moyer spoke at the Highland City Club’s International Affairs Lunch. His presentation, titled “The World in 2050 and Beyond: A Look into the ‘Futures,’” highlighted major global trends and focused on key developments in demographics and energy worldwide.
Please check out our team’s recent articles to learn more about our work and our suggestions for policymakers. Interim Associate Director Jonathan Moyer wrote two pieces for The Huffington Post. The first, published in early January, discusses the changes in global power dynamics and expands on our forecasts for the National Intelligence Council’s Global Trends 2030 report.
The Pardee Center’s team of research assistants has made significant progress on its data collection of “diplometrics,” which include a variety of diplomacy measures. The team, so far, has compiled four different databases. One measures the number and location of foreign embassies by country over time. Another shows each country’s involvement in intergovernmental organizations (IGOs).
On Wednesday, January 30, Pardee Center Director Barry Hughes gave a presentation for Korbel students and faculty on the National Intelligence Council’s Global Trends 2030 report.
The Frederick S. Pardee Center for International Futures has an exciting year ahead. We’ll be releasing the last two volumes in our Patterns of Potential Human Progress (PPHP) series. The fourth volume, on infrastructure, will be released this spring, and the fifth and final volume, on governance, will be available by the fall.
As part of the center’s work with Oxfam International on their Future of Agriculture project, Dale S. Rothman will travel to Lima and Cuzco, Peru from March 17 to 24 to participate in scenario workshops. Oxfam and the Institute for Alternative Futures will organize the workshops, which will include participants from a range of other public and private organizations.
On March 18 and 19, Barry Hughes will travel to New Mexico to deliver a pair of lectures, titled “Alternative Futures for Energy Production and Consumption in the US and the World.” His presentations—the first at the University of New Mexico, and the second at Sandia National Laboratories—will focus on the results of simulations on
Be on the lookout for our latest African Futures Project brief, coming later this month, analyzing human development in South Africa’s Western Cape. The report will use UN’s Human Development Index as a measure of future development in the province.