How can we use learnings from COVID-19 to reshape our health systems to be more proactive, responsive, equitable, and community-centered? Join this live research to explore the role of community health.
The world around us is changing everyday in a blizzard of transient news headlines. But what are the deeper patterns and signals in the noise? What might they mean for how we live, create, consume, collaborate, and work? How are the deeper systems that we rely on shifting? Where might be the best places to intervene to accelerate change for sustainability? What might we be caught out by in the long term?
Live Research projects are designed to focus conversation on a specific challenge or question, engaging the platform’s global community and others in sharing thoughts, insights and perspectives on the issues that matter most.
Anyone interested in exploring a sustainability challenge with a futures focus
If you have a challenge in mind, commissioning a unique and bespoke Live Research project on the Futures Centre will help you tap into diverse perspectives across multiple markets – engaging with audiences in creative ways from online debates and webinars to social media and in-person workshops.
Beyond that, you’ll have a dedicated team at international sustainability non-profit, Forum for the Future, providing systemic analysis of all insights, and making the recommendations that will help inform your work.
Interested? It all starts with a conversation.
Live Research is a space dedicated to running participatory futures projects that focus on addressing specific challenges, inquiries and research questions.
Increasing the proportion of plant-based food people eat is one of the crucial steps towards more sustainable, healthy diets, and there is huge excitement, investment and momentum around plant-based innovation.
The COVID-19 pandemic is disrupting our fundamental assumptions and values and the way we think about the world. The most profound changes come from shifts at these levels. They allow the shifting…