Journal of Futures Studies

Vol. 16 No. 4 Jun. 2012

  • Introduction
    • Introduction to this Special Edition on Australian Contributions to the Millennium Project
      Anita Kelleher (pp. 1 – 2)
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  • Articles
    • How Can Everyone Have Sufficient Clean Water Without Conflict?
      Anita Kelleher (pp. 3 – 20)
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    • Responding to the Millennium Project’s Energy Challenge: A Futurist’s Perspective
      Joshua Floyd (pp. 21 – 32)
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    • Australia’s Potential Internet Futures: Incasting Alternatives Using a New Technology Images Framework
      Alex Burns&Stephen McGrail (pp. 33 – 50)
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    • Why the Creation of a Better World is Premised on Achieving Gender Equity and on Celebrating Multiple Gender Diversities
      Ivana Milojevic (pp. 51 – 66)
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    • The Complex Futures of Emerging Technologies: Challenges and Opportunities for Science Foresight and Governance in Australia
      Kristin Alford, Sarah Keenihan&Stephen McGrail (pp. 67 – 86)
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  • Essays
    • New Windows onto New Worlds: Final Thoughts on the Future of Strategic Foresight
      Richard Hames (pp. 87 – 96)
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  • Reports
    • Sustainable Development and Climate Change
      Chris Riedy (pp. 97 – 106)
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    • Towards a Sustainable Balance of Population and Resources: Australia to 2050
      Neville Bruce (pp. 107 – 116)
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    • How Can the Threat of New and Emerging Infectious Diseases be Reduced?
      Graeme Woodrow (pp. 117 – 124)
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    • Work in Progress Report on the Relevance of Rediscovering the Australian Bush Mechanic as a Credible Chiro-pedagogical Modality of Critical Futures Praxis
      Paul Wildman (pp. 125 – 140)
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