"100% Pure Conjecture: Accounts of our Future State(s)"

Title"100% Pure Conjecture: Accounts of our Future State(s)"
Year for Search2005
AuthorsFrame, Bob, Molisa, Pala, Taylor, Rhys, Toia, Hemi, and Shueng, Wong Liu
Secondary AuthorsLiu, James H., McCreanor, Tim, McIntosh, Tracey, and Teaiwa, Teresia
Secondary TitleNew Zealand Identities: Departures and Destinations
Pagination255-90
Date Published2005
PublisherVictoria University Press
Place PublishedWellington
KeywordsFemale author, Male author, New Zealand author
Annotation

Set in 2055 in a much diminished future. Describes four scenarios for a future New Zealand, two based on plenty and two based on depleted resources, in two of which the emphasis is on community cohesion and in two of which the emphasis is on the individual. The revised version of 2007 dispenses with the discussion format and changes the order of the scenarios and the names of two of them.

Additional Publishers

Published separately as a screenplay Wellington, New Zealand: Landcare Research New Zealand Ltd., 2005 [Available at http:www. landcareresearch. co.nz/services/sustainablesoc/futures/publications.asp]. A larger version published as Work in Progress. Four Scenarios for New Zealand. Developed by The Landcare Research Scenarios Working Group. 2nd ed. Lincoln, New Zealand: Manaaki Whenua Press, 2007

Info Notes

Additional materials are available at http:www. landcareresearch. co.nz/services/sustainablesoc/futures.

Author Note

New Zealand authors.

Full Text

2005 Frame, Bob; Pala Molisa; Rhys Taylor; Hemi Toia; and Wong Liu Shueng. “100% Pure Conjecture: Accounts of our Future State(s).” New Zealand Identities: Departures and Destinations. Ed. James H. Liu, Tim McCreanor, Tracey McIntosh, and Teresia Teaiwa (Wellington, New Zealand: Victoria University Press, 2005), 255-90. Published separately as a screenplay Wellington, New Zealand: Landcare Research New Zealand Ltd., 2005 [Available at http:www. landcareresearch. co.nz/services/sustainablesoc/futures/publications.asp]. A larger version published as Work in Progress. Four Scenarios for New Zealand. Developed by The Landcare Research Scenarios Working Group. 2nd ed. Lincoln, New Zealand: Manaaki Whenua Press, 2007. Additional materials are available at http:www. landcareresearch. co.nz/services/sustainablesoc/futures.

Set in 2055 in a much diminished future. Describes four scenarios for a future New Zealand, two based on plenty and two based on depleted resources, in two of which the emphasis is on community cohesion and in two of which the emphasis is on the individual. The revised version of 2007 dispenses with the discussion format and changes the order of the scenarios and the names of two of them. New Zealand authors.