Over the summer, Arrow Electronics Inc., a Fortune 150 company with 16,500 employees worldwide, contributed $100,000 to the Frederick S. Pardee Center. The gift will help expand and support the important foundational work of the International Futures system.
The Pardee Center’s Senior Scientist Dale Rothman was the first author on a recent article in the journal Climactic Change, titled “Challenges to adaptation: a fundamental concept for the shared socio-economic pathways and beyond.” The publication focuses on the development of Shared Socio-economic Pathways (SSPs), new scenarios that would incorporate the socioeconom
In August, Associate Director Jonathan Moyer traveled to South Africa to address a number of ongoing initiatives with local governments and IGOs. At the start of his trip, he led a five-day training for the Western Cape Provincial Government on the IFs model.
The IFs team welcomes two Western Cape Provincial Government (WCPG) officials, Dale van der Lingen and Sibusiso Nonyati, who are visiting Denver for nearly two weeks to further develop the forecasting capacity of the WCPG.
Dr. Thomas Fingar former Deputy Director of National Intelligence under President Obama, former Chairman of National Intelligence Council, and former Assistant Secretary of State for Research and Intelligence, visited the Frederick S. Pardee Center on Friday, September 27, to learn about the International Futures modeling system. Dr.
Last month, the Atlantic Council’s China-U.S. Working Group released its new report, China-U.S. Cooperation: Key to the Global Future . The assessment expands upon previous reports, including the U.S.
On September 25, the Frederick S. Pardee Center for International Futures released the fourth volume of the Patterns of Potential Human Progress (PPHP) series, Building Global Infrastructure: Forecasting the Next 50 Years.
Members of the Frederick S. Pardee Center traveled to South Africa the first week of December for a week-long training workshop with members of the Western Cape Provincial Government.