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Futures tools

Futures strategy tools to get you started

Are you interested in starting (or advancing) your futures journey? Here’s our pick of futures strategy resources to build your capacity for futures practice, including: – top three futures reads…

Trajectories from COVID-19 – comparison tool

This article outlines a comparison/overview of the trajectories from COVID-19 created by Forum for the Future – highlighting their respective characteristics, similarities and differences. The COVID-19 pandemic is not just…

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Your lunch in 2040: scenarios

Forum for the Future’s Future Plates project has created four possible futures to explore what your meal might be like in 2040. Each takes a different approach to what’s important for both you and the food system. So, if the future of the planet and our food was in your hands, which would you choose?

The Future of Tea: scenarios

A set of four different possible future scenarios as a way to explore what the future might look like for the tea industry

Cotton 2040: scenarios

Use this set of scenarios to better understand the barriers to scaling up sustainable cotton, explore the risks and opportunities for the industry, and identify where collaborative action is most needed.

<2°C Futures: scenarios

A set of materials to help businesses understand what the journey to climate resilience might look like: four scenarios which can be used as lenses to see into the future, in order to make better decisions today.

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