World Futures Review invites applications for the Editorship of the Journal. World Futures Review (WFR) is the top forum for all who are professionally involved in exploring trends and alternatives for society. This dynamic quarterly publication offers valuable insight on the theoretical, research and practical issues confronting those interested in futures research. Along with interviews with … Continue reading Call for Editor: World Futures Review
Have research on foresight education or opinions on the state of the field? Submit to the World Futures Review's Special Issue titled "Teaching Futures: The State of the Practice." World Futures Review (WFR) is the top forum for all who are professionally involved in exploring trends and alternatives for society. This dynamic quarterly publication offers … Continue reading World Futures Review, Call for Papers: The State of the Practice
Contribute to the World Future Review! Submit your research that focuses on foresight studies and how it is successful or unsuccessful. World Futures Review (WFR) is the top forum for all who are professionally involved in exploring trends and alternatives for society. This dynamic quarterly publication offers valuable insight on the theoretical, research and practical issues … Continue reading World Futures Review, Call for Papers: Perspectives on Futures Practice and Theory
World Future Review is currently accepting submissions concerned with futures research. The journal publishes foresight literature addressing topics informed by technology assessment, policy analysis, operations research, issues management, competition research, and more. To find out more about the manuscript submission guidelines and how you can submit your manuscript to World Future Review, click here. In the recent … Continue reading Call for Papers: World Future Review!
The March 2016 issue of World Future Review is now available and can be read online for free for the next 30 days. The March issue includes articles that delve into future studies' curriculum and the breadth of future studies in relation to climate change. In the article, "Understanding the Breadth of Studies through a Dialogue with Climate … Continue reading The March Issue of World Future Studies is Now Online!
We're pleased to welcome the new editor of World Future Review, James Allen Dator! Jim Dator graciously provided us with some information on his background: James Allen Dator is Professor Emeritus and former Director of the Hawaii Research Center for Futures Studies, Department of Political Science, and Adjunct Professor in the College of Architecture, of the University … Continue reading Introducing the New Editor of World Future Review!
If your New Year's resolution was to eat healthier or lose weight, you mostly likely came across advice to eat more fish. The American Heart Association, for example, recommends 3.5 oz servings of fatty fish two times a week. But things can get a little confusing at the grocery store when you're faced with the … Continue reading Muhammed Saidul Islam on Why Farmed Fish Costs More Than You Think
Welcome to 2015! You may have already noticed that the hover boards and flying cars we were promised in "Back to the Future Part II" have failed to appear. There also seems to be a severe lack in the teleportation and time machine department. That summer home on Venus? Better use that money on something … Continue reading What Does the Future Hold?
World Future Review is a refereed journal that seeks to expand communication among the researchers and practitioners now exploring trends and alternatives for society. This journal welcomes articles that: 1) assess techniques for studying future options; 2) fairly evaluate probable, possible, and optimal outcomes of existing policies and practices in every field; and 3) facilitate … Continue reading Submit Your Research to World Future Review!
This morning saw the beginning of the World Future Society 2014 annual conference: WorldFuture 2014: What If in Orlando, Florida! WorldFuture 2014 is a collective of some of the world's most inquisitive and dedicated scholars, asking about the future of a myriad of topics including humanity, government, education, religion and even happiness. Speakers will include … Continue reading Top Five: What If?