Our focus is on bringing together new perspectives, based on real-life experiences and insights grounded in research.
This session, to mark Earth Day 2021, sees us pause to take stock and think about how our planet is changing. Are we prepared for the demographic, environmental and technological changes that lie ahead?
Ipsos' experts will be sharing our latest analysis on public attitudes and behaviour, drawing out the trends we can already see - and considering the implications for society and for businesses.
On the agenda:
- Green Planet: We present findings of our new Earth Day survey, which includes the latest in our Perils of Perception series. To what extent does the public’s understanding of their impact on the environment chime with the reality?
- Empty Planet: The world’s population is now set to peak by the middle of the century and then decline to where it is today. We explore the demographic forces at work: continued urbanization, declining fertility and an aging population.
- Mobile Planet: The pandemic has prompted a rise in immobility, with the number of journeys we take showing a sharp decline. But what can we expect just around the corner? Our new mobility trends analysis sets the potential of new technologies alongside real-world consumer preferences and aspirations.
- Spotlight on Latin America: We consider each of these issues in our guided tour of the region, drawing out how society is changing and reflecting on the similarities – and differences – with what is happening in the rest of the world.
Jennifer Hubber, Chief Client Officer, Head of Ipsos Global Client Organisation
Simon Atkinson, Chief Knowledge Officer
Darrell Bricker, Global CEO, Ipsos Public Affairs
Alexandre De St Leon, Global Service Line Leader, Automotive & Mobility Development
Ana Maria Leyva, Chief Client Officer, Latin America
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[WEBINAR] The Role of Research in Solving Real-World Problems
What are people around the world most worried about as we head into the second year of the pandemic? While some regions and countries are lifting restrictions, others are once again implementing them. How can governments and organizations concerned about the greater good of society be sure they understand how issues are evolving and what it means for their citizens, voters, stakeholders and others?