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As part of our contribution in these extraordinary times, we have made our newly published report on the societal impacts of pandemics in a past-present-futures perspective freely accessible to all.
Nikolaj Sveistrup from URBAN AGENDA joins CIFS. We look forward to working with him in pushing urban development in a more sustainable direction.
In a matter of weeks, COVID-19 turned from a regional issue to a global challenge. To understand the speed and reach of this development, it is necessary to assess the role megatrends play when local events exponentially engulf the world.
CIFS has you covered and is ready to future-proof your organisation in the wake of COVID-19. Get in touch to hear more about our virtual offerings designed to boost organisational resilience.
A comprehensive survey of current and future climate solutions, their potential impact and the challenges we need to overcome if they are to be successfully implemented.
The report combines fact with fiction in three storylines set in Copenhagen 25 years from now, seen through the eyes of a young mother, a lord mayor and a business leader.
The Climate Solutions Panel was assembled by Innovation Fund Denmark and facilitated by CIFS to assess Denmark’s potential to generate innovative climate solutions. A new white paper summarises the panel's work so far.
Follow us for a briefing on possible futures. We will be posting articles, excerpts from reports and other insights.
There is a need for a fundamental shift from sick care to preventive health to ensure the longevity of our healthcare systems and improved quality of life. The Nordic Health 2030 Movement can drive this transition.
Join up with CIFS and become a founding partner in our multi-actor study Workplace2030 – the liquid workplace of the future.
Urbanity 2030 will work for creating the greatest possible value for people and life in the cities of the future.
The nature and purpose of higher education will have to be re-evaluated to accommodate societal, technological and demographic shifts, as well as more automated and fluid job markets. Read our newest members' report here.
The use of fossil fuels is the main cause of climate change since their burning releases carbon dioxide (CO₂), the most important greenhouse gas. It may be necessary to extract massive amounts of CO₂ from the atmosphere to combat climate change. Fortunately, we won’t have to store the gas, because it could be put to better use in the future.
The Nordic Prime Ministers met in Reykjavik in August 2019, where they adopted a new vision for the Nordic Council of Ministers. Now the work begins to put action behind the words: The Nordic region will become the most sustainable and integrated region in the world. The co-operation in the Nordic Council of Ministers must serve this purpose.
This is an excerpt from the Nordic Health 2030 Magazine.
A more cohesive approach to health data will enable earlier detection of disease and other health conditions, shifting the emphasis from sick care to prevention.
The evolution of facial recognition technology is prompting protesters to adopt new resourceful ways of fooling the AI. The arms race is on.
What will the future of healthcare in the Nordics look like? To get an expert's perspective from the outside, we talked to Charles Alessi, the Chief Clinical Officer for Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) International.
Action-oriented, dialogue-based and dynamic. The Copenhagen Method for scenario planning, developed at the Copenhagen Institute for Futures Studies, benefits companies and organisations who want to put futures studies into action. Learn more about our unique approach and its relevance for your organisation.