SCENARIO Magazine’s Nicklas Larsen in conversation with Kwamou Eva Feukeu & Geci Karuri-Sebina

APPLIED FUTURISM

Futurist Nicklas Larsen explores how the future can be a source for hope, social innovation, and sustainable development together with pioneers in the field.


APPLIED FUTURISM

Futurist Nicklas Larsen explores how the future can be a source for hope, social innovation, and sustainable development together with pioneers in the field.

Q&A with Climate Activist, Marc Buckley.


SPACE10 in Copenhagen’s Meatpacking District

APPLIED FUTURISM

Futurist Nicklas Larsen explores how the future can be used as a source of hope, social innovation, and sustainable development together with pioneers in the field.

Q&A with Kaave Pour, CEO of SPACE10, about new solutions that will enable IKEA to live up to its original promise of creating a better everyday life for the many.


This is a summary of Nicklas from the Copenhagen Institute for Futures Studies’ opening talk at ‘Museums Facing Extinction’ Conference on November 16th 2020.

Futures principles and developments


APPLIED FUTURISM

Futurist Nicklas Larsen explores how the future can be a source for hope, social innovation, and sustainable development together with pioneers in the field.

Q&A with Pupul Bisht, founder of the Decolonizing Futures Initiative and Creative Lead & Network Weaver at the Next Generation Foresight Practice at School of International Futures


APPLIED FUTURISM

Futurist Nicklas Larsen explores how the future can be a source for hope, social innovation, and sustainable development together with pioneers in the field.

Q&A with Josef Hargrave, Associate Director and Global Foresight Leader at Arup Foresight, about shaping a better world through mindful engineering



APPLIED FUTURISM

Futurist Nicklas Larsen explores the practical application of futures studies together with pioneers in the field.

Q&A with Odette Meli, Director at the Strategic Insights Centre of the Australian Federal Police


APPLIED FUTURISM

Futurist and SCENARIO writer Nicklas Larsen explores how the future can be a source for hope, social innovation, and sustainable development together with pioneers in the field.

Q&A with Shaun Hazeldine, Head of Innovation & Foresight at the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies.


Martin Rees, courtesy of Quanta Magazine

The Centre for the Study of Existential Risk (CSER) is a research institution that contains specialists, technologists, and scientists from a broad range of disciplines. CSER is dedicated to the study and mitigation of risks that could lead to human extinction or civilisational collapse. The centre’s external advisors include, among others, the superentrepreneur Elon Musk, the futurist Nick Bostrom, the geneticist George Church, and (until recently) the late astrophysicist Stephen Hawking.

Nicklas Larsen

Senior Advisor, Copenhagen Institute for Futures Studies | Staff Writer, SCENARIO | SteerCo, FORMS | Senior Curator, UNESCO Futures Literacy Summit

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