Global Risks 2035
By Atlantic Council
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What will life be like in 2035? That's what we're trying to find out. "Global Risks 2035: Search for a New Normal" is a landmark report from the Strategy Initiative of the Atlantic Council's Brent Scowcroft Center on International Security. In this podcast, we’re looking at the world in 2035, and the global risks that influence that world: economics, demographics, technology, climate change, conflicts in eastern Europe and the Asia-Pacific, instability in the Middle East, the rise of China, and the decline of the liberal international order. Each week, we're talking to experts about the world of 2035, and what we need to do to ensure it’s a good one. Visit us online at ACstrategy.net, engage with us on social media with #Lifein2035, and email your thoughts and ideas at Lifein2035@atlanticcouncil.org.
||Clean3. Predicting 2035 with John Hudson and Amy Zalman||In the third episode of our Global Risks 2035 series, host Alex Ward speaks to John Hudson, a senior reporter at Foreign Policy magazine, and Amy Zalman, former president and CEO of the World Future Society.||12/16/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean2. Imagining 2035 with science fiction authors August Cole and Madeline Ashby||This is the second episode in a three-part series on the Atlantic Council’s landmark report, Global Risks 2035: Search for a New Normal, by Mathew Burrows, director of the Atlantic Council's Strategic Foresight Initiative. In this episode, Alex Ward,||12/12/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean1. How We Got to Today||The first episode in a three-part series on the Atlantic Council’s landmark report, Global Risks 2035: Search for a New Normal, by Mathew Burrows. Alex Ward, associate director at the Atlantic Council's Brent Scowcroft Center on International Security||9/14/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
Terrible audio! Wish I could tolerate it....
This is a great idea for a podcast, but I wish it were better. Tip: Have some respect for your audience; make an effort on the audio. (It's a podcast, for heaven sake!)You sound like you're talking from inside a toilet. Come on here, it's not like you're just some guys talking in their basement, you're representing a major think tank! (Almost all the podcast of two guys in their basement sound way better than this.)