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by: Churchill Travel Insurance,
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in: 38 Tourism

The report highlights that destinations we are used to hearing about or have on our wish list to visit one day may no longer be feasible tourist attractions for the majority of holiday-makers. By identifying areas at risk from tourist damage and climate change now, we can encourage tourists who are visiting these places to consider the environmental impact their visit is having, and in doing so hopefully extend the life of the destination for future generations of holiday makers. more....


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by: EU, DG for Enterprise,
type: Articles
in: 16 the future of ICT

A total of 136 Go Digital awareness events were organised throughout Europe, with a total of more than 11550 participants. The number of participants differed greatly between the different events, depending on the target group, the organisation and the themes. All events were organised under the responsibility of the contractor, with only little guidance from the European Commission. Therefore, it is difficult to present the results in a homogenous manner or to draw general conclusions.more....

by: European Communities,
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in: 13 the future of Healthcare

The report is based on the reliable data available in the Member States, which are not always as com-plete as one might wish. Nevertheless, they have permitted the group to provide an interesting overview of key features of the health status of the population and of health determinants. Citizens of the Community have never lived so long, and life expectancy is still increasing. However, there is still a significant level of preventable morbidity and mortality before the age of 65 years. This is associ-ated with accidents and injuries, suicide and mental disorders, some types of cancers, circulatory dis-eases, infections, and respiratory illnesses. Many of these conditions are amenable to effective pre-vention, promotion and therapeutic interventions that delay either the age of onset or, as a result of better survival, push forward the age of demise.
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by: Evalueserve,
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in: 48 India

Evalueserve believes that there is a huge opportunity for international technical universities and research institutes to assist India in meeting the demand for trained R&D professionals. Evalueserve also provides an overview of some possible business models that international universities could consider for establishing their presence in India.more....

by: Institute for Prospective Technological Studies (I,
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in: 10 the future of the Knowledge Society

The acceding and candidate countries, in particular those in Central and Eastern Europe, have during the last decade undergone a set of three radical transformations: the shift to a market economy, integration into the European Union – the so-called Enlargement Process - and finally, a move towards the Information Society, today enshrined in the different initiatives of the eEurope Action Plans.

These three transformations aim, at various levels, at the emergence of an enlarged European knowledge society as referred to in the March 2000 declaration of the Lisbon Council. In doing so, they challenge the economy, institutional and political structures, constitutional and legal frameworks, and working conditions in the countries in question.
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by: Hisamitsu Arai, WIPO,
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in: 23 Intellectual Property

This book covers a wide range of topics, describing how Japan introduced the patent system over a century ago, and used the system as a major tool in the development of its economy. It also discusses how patent strategy has changed in companies in recent years, and what kind of patent administration should be implemented in the future. While this book offers Mr. Arai’s suggestions on intellectual policy to the world, it also acts as an important source of reference on intellectual property policies in various countries. more....

by: Task Force on the Future of American Innovation,
type: Articles
in: 24 USA

"The Task Force on the Future of American Innovation has developed a set of benchmarks to assess the international standing of the United States in science and technology. These benchmarks in education, the science and engineering (S&E) workforce, scientific knowledge, innovation, investment and high-tech economic output reveal troubling trends across the research and development (R&D) spectrum. The United States still leads the world in research and discovery, but our advantage is rapidly eroding, and our global competitors may soon overtake us."more....

by: Kim Cameron, Microsoft Corporation,
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in: 27 Electronic Identity

Understand the dynamics causing digital identity systems to succeed or fail in various contexts, expressed as the Laws of Identity. Together these laws define a unifying identity metasystem that can offer the Internet the identity layer it needs.

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by: Futureconsult,
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in: 28 Governance

Scenario A: This scenario has three main themes. Firstly, it addresses the new politics resulting from direct democracy. Secondly, it shows how the possibility of electing mayors for the first time can influence the Netherlands. The third subject the scenario will address is increased autonomy on neighbourhood level.

Scenario B: In this scenario politics has ´skipped´ local and political levels. It tells the story of Director Adema of the "Regional Authority" Public Safety of the Dutch city of Zutphen. Public services are now regionally directed. Local councils ceased existing, Europe has replaced it on three quarters of all decisions. After the crisis in 2005 national governments overtook remaining local decisions. There were two reasons for that. Firstly, the relation between autonomy and codeciding was not in an equilibrium. Secondly, increasingly few people turned up at local elections.

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by: Milverton Wallace,
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in: 31 Journalism

The momentum of change is with the new Corinthians. The open source ethos and method of work/production, which began in the periphery with collaborative software development, is moving to centre stage by way of the blogging revolution and open standards in web services. In tagging, syndication, ranking and bookmarking we have the rudiments of a peer-to-peer trust, reputation and recommendation system well suited to self-regulating collaborative networks.more....

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