Copenhagen Institute for Futures Studies

Founding Year: 1969

Staff: 85

Budget:

Daria Krivonos (CEO and Futurist)

An independent, non-profit futures think tank working “to better qualify decision-making through futures studies as well as to contribute to the betterment of society.” It acts as an “advisory, a publisher, an event organizer, and as an initiator of various future orientated joint-venture initiatives.”

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Copenhagen Institute for Futures Studies contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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