Sarah May writes: I keep hearing people suggest they don’t have time for the future. Or that other people don’t have time for the future. I hear the classist suggestion that people who are struggling in the present, working hard, don’t think of the future. Some of the strongest futures thinking comes from people who are marginalised, because they need it. It’s the wealthy who can afford not to think of the future, or to do so poorly.
Read more in her new blog entry here.