Posts Tagged ‘change‘

shannonspringer: Think different. Think big. Think forward. Disrupt the status quo.  

Climate Change, The Debate’s Great Unmentionable : The New Yorker

Link: Climate Change, The Debate’s Great Unmentionable : The New Yorker the exchange deserves attention because it demonstrates why America has never had—and, at the rate things are going, never will have—an even remotely sane energy policy” Gerd comments: totally pathetic, really ;) October 20,

Al Gore nails it: planetary emergency!

Link: Al Gore nails it: planetary emergency! Satellite images show the Arctic ice cap melted to 1.32 million square miles (3.4 million square kilometers) as of September 16, the predicted lowest point for the year, according to data from the National Snow and Ice Data

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futuristgerd: FUTURE PERFECT by Steven Johnson (by RiverheadBooks) Good overview of Steven’s new book – he really nails where the future could be going. Read this book!

Andrew Winston – Finding the Gold in Green

Link: Andrew Winston – Finding the Gold in Green while the world seems to be waking up to a fundamental, existential threat to our species (and not to “the planet,” which will be fine with or without us), the US policy debate remains mostly deaf,

Now we shift to the third great wave, the world post the industrial revolution. To an economy designed to last, that is built around the present and nurtures the future. This will be an era where we…… well, that’s the exciting bit. We get to

The Future Report – by David A. Smith, GFF

Executive Summary “A great deal has changed in how we conduct business, where our economic activity takes place and where our markets are over the past few decades. We’ve seen information technology revolutionise our business and communications processes and today, the internet, social media, the

You Don’t Know Who You Are

From “Only Dead Fish” by TFA Partner Neil Perkin’s blog: “I’ve been doing a bit of teaching to a Masters class in Digital Marketing recently. Some of the work that has been originated by the class around digital business models has been something of an