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'Boom and Burst' - one of four scenarios for the UK outbound tourism industry, developed by Forum for the Future for the Tourism 2023 project. "A booming UK economy and impressive advances in transport technologies have fuelled a growth in travel worldwide. People travel more frequently, for further and at faster speeds than ever before and there are many new reasons to go abroad. But precarious trade-offs have been needed in order to meet the UK’s emission targets, and many destinations are suffering from serious overcrowding. People are now asking: how long can this growth be maintained?" For further information, go to www.forumforthefuture****/projects/tourism-2023. Animation by Zarino Zappia, Goldsmiths. Copyright Forum for the Future
6 Nov 2009
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'Carbon Clampdown' - one of four scenarios for the future UK outbound tourism industry, developed by Forum for the Future for the Tourism 2023 project. "Tradable carbon quotas have been introduced for all UK households as part of the government’s bold plans to tackle climate change. The public has clamoured for tough action as environmental impacts are increasingly felt. Holidaymakers are highly sensitive to the impacts of their travel and seek ethical experiences that are within their carbon budget. Holidaying in Britain is back in fashion and has soared in popularity." For further information, go to www.forumforthefuture****/projects/tourism-2023. Animation by Aaron Lee, Goldsmiths. Copyright Forum for the Future
14 Oct 2009
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'Boom and Burst' - one of four scenarios for the UK outbound tourism industry, developed by Forum for the Future for the Tourism 2023 project. "A booming UK economy and impressive advances in transport technologies have fuelled a growth in travel worldwide. People travel more frequently, for further and at faster speeds than ever before and there are many new reasons to go abroad. But precarious trade-offs have been needed in order to meet the UK’s emission targets, and many destinations are suffering from serious overcrowding. People are now asking: how long can this growth be maintained?" For further information, go to: www.forumforthefuture****/projects/tourism-2023. Animation by Zarino Zappia, Goldsmiths. Copyright Forum for the Future
14 Oct 2009
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'Divided Disquiet' - one of four scenarios for the future UK outbound tourism industry, developed by Forum for the Future for the Tourism 2023 project. "Travelling overseas is an unattractive proposition. A toxic combination of devastating climate change impacts, violent wars over scarce resources and social unrest has created an unstable and fearful world. Security is tight and travel is cumbersome, time-consuming and inefficient. Visitors are highly selective in where and when they travel, cramming into a small number of destinations where tight restrictions and overcrowding compound the problems. Many people have begun to think that holidaying abroad just makes the problems worse." For further information, go to: www.forumforthefuture****/projects/tourism-2023. Animation by Stevie Robinson, Goldsmiths. Copyright Forum for the Future
14 Oct 2009
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'Price and Privilege' - one of four scenarios for the future UK outbound tourism industry, developed by Forum for the Future for the Tourism 2023 project. "A dramatically high oil price has made travel punitively expensive. Cost is the primary concern for holidaymakers as everyone asks: how far can I get for my money? Although a small, elite market continues to fly regularly, the vast majority of people simply cannot afford the experience. There have been mass redundancies across the travel industry and the affordability of overland routes has led to radical restructuring." For further information, go to: www.forumforthefuture****/projects/tourism-2023. Animation by Jane Xu, Goldsmiths. Copyright Forum for the Future
14 Oct 2009
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One of four scenarios exploring what the world will be like for the fashion industry in 2025. Self-sufficient communities thrive in a world struggling to cope with the impacts of climate change and resource shortages. Only the rich afford new clothing, and factories that still make clothes from raw materials need protection from armed gangs. Author: Forum for the Future Copyright: Forum for the Future/Levi Strauss and Co. URL: www.forumforthefuture****/projects/fashion-futures
2 Mar 2010
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Description: One of four scenarios exploring what the world will be like for the fashion industry in 2025. The world has fragmented into competing blocs with rapidly changing fashions inspired by religious and cultural ideals. Resource shortages drive innovation. Author: Forum for the Future Copyright: Forum for the Future/Levi Strauss and Co.
6 Mar 2010
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One of four scenarios exploring what the world will be like for the fashion industry in 2025. A prosperous world which has benefited from an early switch to a low-carbon economy and huge technological investment. 3-D body scanners allow people to virtually ’try on’ items and all garments are designed to biodegrade or be reused. Author: Forum for the Future Copyright: Forum for the Future/Levi Strauss and Co.
4 Mar 2010
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ABTA's Travel Conference + Forum for the Future's Sustainabiity Program; Global Partnerships + PATH + Pro Mujer's Health Initiative
16 Oct 2009
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Corporate Social Responsibility News: Forum for the Future's Sustainable Shipping Initiative Joined by Six New Members; Wipro Scores on Greenpeace's Cool It Leaderboard. This CSR Minute is sponsored by the Network for Business Sustainability. For information about NBS's sustainability strategy, visit *******www.nbs****. Visit: *******3blmedia****/3bltv for more CSRminute podcasts.
29 Dec 2010
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