“Look closely at the present you are creating; it should look like the future you are dreaming.”
– Alice Walker
Anthropocentrism has become the center of our ethical gravity. It is dying a painful and protracted death, but it is most certainly dying. Technological hyper-acceleration has conscripted upon society a fundamental binary choice. Do we act today to architect the elemental foundation required for an irrepressible 21st Century renaissance or do we continue to reconstruct a fable that has concluded with the same tragic ending since the dawn of modern human existence?
Our emerging generations, the vast majority of whom will build their lives in increasingly crowded, chaotic and competitive cities, are hungering for a clear and common sense of purpose, but can we offer them one? From ecological exigency, to ongoing and intolerable community inequality, to a sense of eroding trust in an ever-divided world, we have reached a critical point in human history; a state of emergency that requires a forum for balanced, inclusive, and meaningful discussion.
Era Futures™ is a global media organization predicated upon the belief that the innovation economy must be reconstructed to serve the future of all of humanity and not just a select few. We believe that in order for this future to be realized, innovation must be purposefully directed to reconcile growth with equality, people with profits, privacy with security and economics with the environment. Our association ushers in this new human renaissance by championing new ideas that help all participants in an impact economy realize their full potential while contributing to the advancement of the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals.
Through an intersection of high-impact analog and digital touchpoints, we propel the human race into a meaningful dialogue aimed at breaking down the barriers of incumbency and inertia and committing to a more equal and enlightened society; a society built on the endless possibilities of technology-driven innovation.
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