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Planet Under Pressure

Planet Under Pressure

Working with the global scientific community to assess the risks that humanity faces in the Anthropocene and identify ways to manage and mitigate the risks.


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Prosperity without Growth

Prosperity without Growth

Examining the relationship between prosperity and economic growth: and seeking to develop a new vision of the capability of humanity to flourish within the ecological limits of the planet.


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Climate Change

Climate Change

Mapping the causes, consequences and potential responses to climate change.


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Peace in the Middle East

Peace in the Middle East

The contentious issues and potential paths to long-term, sustainable peace in the Middle East.


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Controlling Infectious Diseases

Controlling Infectious Diseases

Identifying improved control and elimination strategies for persistent infectious diseases (such as malaria, influenza, HIV, Dengue, Influenza, TB and Polio).


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The Arrow of Time

The Arrow of Time

A map exploring some issues concerning the nature of time that lie at the boundary of physics and philosophy.

The Arrow of Time         © Vladimir Kush. All rights reserved.
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Mapping a Planet Under Pressure

Helping the Distressed Consciousness

Helping the Distressed Consciousness

How should we manage issues of disturbance and/or distress of consciousness?


At the moment, in the Western paradigm, the branch of medicine that deals with issues of consciousness is psychiatry, primarily through the administration of brain-altering drugs. Should that be so? If yes, does anything need changing? If no, what should be done instead?
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Science Policy Research Agenda

Science Policy Research Agenda

How to help policy makers understand science and scientists understand the policy making process.

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Digital Agenda for Europe

Analyzing the European Union's strategy for a flourishing digital economy by 2020.
Community

Community

Connect here with each other – as well as with us – and share news about your projects and results; ideas about ways to grow our community; potential topics to map; suggestions for new features and enhancements; and anything else that springs to mind! 


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Open Government Brainstorming

Open Government Brainstorming

The White House's Open Government Brainstorming on Transparency, Participation and Collaboration led by the OSTP's Open Government team.


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Nuclear Politics

Nuclear Politics

Exploring the international issues around civil and military nuclear proliferation.

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Global Financial Crisis

Global Financial Crisis

Exploring the immediate and long-term causes, consequences and potential responses to the global financial crisis.

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The Future of Newspapers?

The Future of Newspapers?

What does the digital era mean for newspapers and for the public interest journalism they enable and support?


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Syria: what next?

Syria: what next?

Exploring the background to the unfolding crisis in Syria and the potential for a sustainable political resolution.

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Amanpour CNN

Amanpour CNN

The map of our work with Christiane Amanpour, exploring the ideas discussed in Christiane's live global interview series on CNN.



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The US Tax Debate

Tax reform has emerged as a major bone of contention in the 2012 Presidential election campaign. While President Obama has identified some tax changes, Governor Romney proposes major systemic reform. But is Governor Romney's plan – and particularly the proposal for individual taxation – viable?


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Governance of Cyberspace

Governance of Cyberspace

The challenges around the governance of cyberspace and of building and sustaining a secure, resilient and trusted global digital medium and infrastructure.

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Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence

Robert Horn's pioneering debate map of 50 years of philosophical argument about the Turing Test and the possibility of computer thought

. Robert Horn's seven Can Computers Think? Maps

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