Life in 2030,
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When Generation X takes over politics and the world | S1:E4

November 04, 2016
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In this episode of the Life in 2030 podcast, we explore how the oft-neglected Generation X will reshape our future world. We’ll take a look at what makes this generation tick and future trends they’ll be expected to lead once they take over world governments.

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SPECIAL GUESTS

Darren Harnett, Futurist, Consultant, Educator, and President of Harnett Foresight

Learn more about his services at http://darrenharnett.com/

LISTENER FEEDBACK

What role will Gen Xers play in shaping our society, business, and politics over the next two years?

Send us your thoughts at Feedback@Quantumrun.com. We’ll publish the most thoughtful feedback on our website, Quantumrun.com.

Or post a comment in one of our Future of the Human Population articles, also published on Quantumrun.com. We go into way more detail about this topic there.

LEARN MORE ABOUT THIS TOPIC

This podcast is based off this Quantumrun.com article:

http://www.quantumrun.com/prediction/how-generation-x-will-change-world-future-human-population-p1

Read the rest of our Future of the Human Population series here:

How Millennials will change the world: Future of human population P2

How Centennials will change the world: Future of human population P3

Population growth vs. control: Future of human population P4

Future of growing old: Future of human population P5

Moving from extreme life extension to immortality: Future of human population P6

Future of death: Future of human population P7

CREDITS

Executive producer, writer and narrator: David Tal, President of Quantumrun. Reach him @DavidTalWrites across all social media.

Producer and podcast editor: Kaelah Shimonov

All music heard throughout this podcast was composed by Karl Gutowski.   

Image credit: Chris Devers

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