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Future

Description

The future is the time after the present. Its arrival is considered inevitable due to the existence of time and the laws of physics. Due to the apparent nature of reality and the unavoidability of the future, everything that currently exists and will exist can be categorized as either permanent, meaning that it will exist forever, or temporary, meaning that it will end. In the Occidental view, which uses a linear conception of time, the future is the portion of the projected time line that is anticipated to occur. In special relativity, the future is considered absolute future, or the future light cone.

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Organizations relating to Future

Association of African Investment Promotion Agencies / Est. 1996
European Exchange Circle on Flood Forecasting / Est. 2004
International Committee for the Future
European Forecasting Network / Est. 2001
International Investment Bank / Est. 1970
European Pension Fund Investment Forum / Est. 1994
Gulf Investment Corporation / Est. 1983
Central American Export Strengthening Fund
European Business Council for Africa and the Mediterranean / Est. 1973
EPA Futures Studies Group
World Future Council Foundation
Southern African Research and Information Foundation
Japan Association for Future Studies
Future Harvest / Est. 1998
Finnish Society for Futures Studies / Est. 1980
ASEAN Promotion Centre on Trade, Investment and Tourism / Est. 1981
Common Market of Former Soviet Central Asia / Est. 1993
International Investment Insurance Agency
African Investment Bank
Pakistan Futuristics Foundation and Institute / Est. 1986
Planetfuture / Est. 2008
Avenir des peuples de la forêt tropicale
European Committee for Future Accelerators / Est. 1963
Hungarian Futures Research Committee
International Conferences on Environmental Future

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World Problems relating to Future

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Non-compliance of computer equipment to Year 2000 transition
Unexplained phenomena
Unknowable future patterns of social choice
Declining mining communities
Technocracy
Irresponsibility towards future generations
Inhibited capacity to visualize a creative future
Detrimental story of community future
Insecurity of changing patterns of work

Action Strategies relating to Future

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Promoting futuric community life style
Documenting population trends
Initiating futuric thinking
Determining future priorities
Enlarging community social vision
Researching futures
Enabling planning of future consumption
Creating futuric community symbols
Developing comprehensive future goals of governance
Limiting competence for intervention in the future
Strengthening competence for intervention in the future
Designing futuric space
Representing-Misrepresenting
Disseminating alternative futures
Abstaining from the future
Abstaining from developments for the aged
Sustaining transpersonal development

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