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http://www.future-studies.com/

Essays on change, the future of humanity, and transhumanism, by Nick Bostrom; archival site, no longer updated.

http://www.ethologic.com/

Links to mailing lists on futurism and alternative ways of living.

http://www.natcap.org/

Book by Paul Hawken, Amory Lovins, L. Hunter Lovins, about a new business model for responding to changes in our society. Book excerpts, reviews, and downloadable chapters available.

http://homerdixon.com/

Thomas Homer-Dixon's "study of a world becoming too complex and too fast-paced to manage." Includes forum, a writing contest, suggested readings and links.

http://www.historiadelfuturo.com/

Excepts from the book answer question such as, what factors have determined the kind of development we pursue as countries, and how resources are used and distributed. By Joherdi Hernandez and Ottilia Robers.

http://www.wnrf.org/

Provides feature articles, targeted websurfing, and environmental updates to religious futurists. Sponsored by the World Network of Religious Futurists.

http://www.snspress.com/

Educational, philosophical, and literary materials which inspire creative thinking for a healthier more humane world.

http://www.metafuture.org/

Full length magazine and journal articles on futures studies, genetics, science, political science and economics.

http://www.futurecasts.com/

Online magazine featuring forecasts -- government, economics, international relations -- as well as book reviews and myth debunking; archives available.

http://profuturists.org/

A community of professional futurists committed to leadership and excellence in the futures field.

http://www.wfs.org/

For people interested in how social and technological developments are shaping the future. Futurist forecasts, interviews, publications, upcoming events, and organization information.

http://www.clubofrome.org/

International think tank composed of prominent intellectuals and decision-makers analyzing global, interlinked, long-term problems challenging the future of humanity and the planet using systems analysis and futures research; site offers reports, upcoming events, a forum, and links to further resources.

http://www.longnow.org/

A project of computer pioneer Daniel Hillis and Whole Earth founder Stewart Brand to develop a 10,000 year clock. This is long-term project that gets people thinking past the mental barrier of the Millennium.

http://www.motherservice.org/

Social science research institute which has done extensive research in such areas as social development theory, economics, management, peace and governance, the future of money, the future role of the Internet, the future of science, the future World Army, and the Global Century.

http://www.altfutures.com/

Nonprofit research and educational organization specializing in aiding organizations and individuals to more wisely choose and create their preferred futures.

http://www.digitalexplorers.com/

Multimedia authoring from remote, natural places allows children and adults to understand how to express themselves in the new media world of global digital communication.

http://www.world-information.org/

Organization explores implications of new information and communication technologies. Includes press releases, information on events and exhibits, and links to related resources.

http://www.craigresearchlabs.com/

A private sector scientific research firm, existing to accelerate the technological development of the human race.

http://www.wfsf.org/

A professional society of futures researchers, academics, consultants, and their affiliated organizations. Includes activities, events, newsletter (and archives), membership directory, and members-only sections (fee required to join).

http://www.worldspaceleague.com/

Primary Objective: To establish a World Wide Network of people who believe that Space Business / Travel /Education should be available to all people regardless of age, race, religion and income.

http://ieet.org/

A nonprofit organization in the United States seeking to contribute to the understanding of the impact of emerging technologies on individuals and societies.

http://www.calousia.org/

A membership organization of those wanting to help the humanity in reaching Calousia, the humanity's state of high-capacity existence.

http://ultrafutureworld.com/

A global thinktank and brain trust that creates and facilitates events, media and projects on the leading-edges of technology and culture.

http://www.shapingtomorrow.com/

Helps people and organizations better anticipate and respond to upcoming change through research and programs that review critical uncertainties, challenges and trends.

http://www.millennium-project.org/

Think tank of futurists, scholars, business planners, and policy makers.

http://www.futuresedge.info/

Jamie Saunders offers futures-oriented readings, links, quotes, and a discussion space, to help individuals and organizations share ideas about the future and address change.

http://www.blahblahtech.com/

Thoughts, reviews and technology news.

http://www.visions2200.com/

Visions of a possible future around the year 2200 ranging from the natural environment and cities to outer space. Bibliography.

http://www.futureforall.org/

Popular view of future technology and its effect on society. Articles, reference, useful links.

http://www.davidhoule.com/

A futurist and keynote speaker that leads a series of discussions on future and global trends.