Coote, Jennifer
May 2005
Future Times;2005, Vol. 2, p18
Presents information on several articles on futures thinking that were published in various periodicals as of May 2005. "Spreading Democracy"; "The UK Sustainable Development Commission Report: Shows Promise, But Must Try Harder"; "Coping With the Future: Developing Organizational Foresightfulness."


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