Victor V. Motti, USA
Victor V. Motti is an international executive, writer, scenario builder, decision analyst, and strategic foresight adviser with a focus on civilizational and planetary futures studies.
According to the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services website, National Interest Waiver green cards are usually granted to those who 1) have exceptional ability which means a degree of expertise significantly above that ordinarily encountered in the sciences, arts, or business, 2) their proposed endeavor has both substantial merit and national importance, 3) they are are well positioned to advance the proposed endeavor, and 4) whose employment in the United States would greatly benefit the nation.
- Motti, Victor V. (2021), Richard Slaughter: The master interpreter of alternative planetary futures, Futures, Elsevier, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.futures.2021.102796
- Motti, Victor V. (2019), A Transformation Journey to Creative and Alternative Planetary Futures, UK: Newcastle, Cambridge Scholars Publishing. Reviews by: Patricia Lustig|Sarah Le-Fevre|Timothy Dolan|Timothy Mack|Bob Frame|Thomas Mengel|Thomas Lombardo
Motti, Victor V. (2017), Sources of Futures Studies from Foresight to Anticipation, in Handbook of Anticipation (2017), Edited by Roberto Poli, Springer
Recent Invited Lectures
- Drivers of Change and Lifestyle in 2050: A Decentralized and Autonomous Futurescape, 27 April 2021, The Paris Institute for Advanced Study
- Drivers of Change and Lifestyle in 2050: A Decentralized and Autonomous Futurescape, 17 March 2021, Prince Mohammad Bin Fahd Center for Futuristic Studies
- Drivers of Change and Lifestyle in 2050: A Decentralized and Autonomous Futurescape, 27 February 2021, The Classic Planning Institute
Recent Podcast and Interviews:
- Conversations on the future we want UN AGENDA 2030, by Claire A. Nelson
- Wise Futures of Infinite Time and Space, By Peter Hayward
- Re-Writing the Future, Everywoman by Rebecca Lewis
In July 2016 and May 2017 he joined a select International panel of futurists from developed and developing countries at the Royal Institute for Strategic Studies (IRES) in Morocco to explore key transitions at global and regional levels for 2030 and 2050 horizons. And in May 2016 he gave a seminar at the University of Trento in Italy on futures studies in the Middle East and North Africa, based on a recent paper he wrote for the Word Future Review.
He was an invited scholar to speak at International Conferences: a) 2011, April: Italy, Reconciling Babel: Education for Cosmopolitanism, b) 2010, November: Taiwan, Global Transitions and Asia 2060: Climate, Political-Economy, and Identity.