The future: What can we expect when we get there?
As we stand at the threshold of the third decade of the 21st century, imagine where we’re headed
In 1915, writing in Rotary magazine, Paul Harris remarked: “What Rotary will be 100 years hence, none living can imagine.”
More than a century later, there’s no need to imagine: Rotary has thrived. As we stand at the threshold of the third decade of the 21st century, we are imagining where we’re headed — and what to expect when we get there.
The future of philanthropy means focusing on future generations
by William MacAskill
Looking forward: The Future of Peace
by Dennis Wong
The golden age of water is over
by Charles Fishman
The future of environmentalism includes a focus on humanity’s well-being
by Jonathan Foley
What defines the next generation of leadership?
by Joe Otin
Looking forward: The future of entrepreneurship
by Juliana Corredor González
The challenges to migration paint a daunting picture for the future
by Quentin Wodon
• This story originally appeared in the January 2021 issue of Rotary magazine.