About The Millennium Project
The Millennium Project was established in 1996 as the first globalized think tank. It conducts independent futures research via its 46 Nodes around the world. Nodes are groups of individuals and institutions that select thought leaders and scholars in their country or region to participate in globally significant research and feed back the results. They connect global and local perspectives. The Millennium Project is supported by UN organizations, multinational corporations, universities, foundations, and governments. It is a global information utility for decision-makers and educators facing some of the biggest challenges in human history, such as climate change, water and energy, globalization, science & technology, rich-poor gaps, security, ICT, management, and ethics. It updates and improves insights on the progress and regress of critical issues. It is the only global futures resource produced by a really global system. The Millennium Project was a 2012 ComputerWorld Honors Laureate for its innovated work in collaborative information systems to benefit humanity.