The Next 30 is an article by Nick Coghlan and a guest.
Nick Coghlin (@ncoghlan) is a journalist based in New York City.
Follow him on Twitter: @ncoghann More stories from New York:The next 30 years are upon us and the world is in the grip of a very uncertain time.
This is the last 30 years.
It’s been 30 years since the beginning of a new era of globalisation, and the economic, social and cultural changes that have taken place are still in their infancy.
But the last 40 years have seen unprecedented economic growth, a rise in women’s participation in the workforce and the introduction of modern technology.
These are some of the key developments of the last two decades.
How did we get here?
The idea of globalization came about around the same time as the Industrial Revolution, when countries were able to harness their own industrialised industries and build new technologies.
It took the Industrial revolution to create the world we know today, but it also made the transition to a modern economy possible.
After World War II, many people moved from the countryside to cities and were able, thanks to the invention of telephones, to communicate.
The internet revolution made this possible.
The invention of the transistor allowed computers to process data faster and more efficiently, which helped to make the transition from the industrial to the digital age possible.
As we move towards the next 30, the world will be more interconnected, the economy will grow, and people will have more options to work and live online.
However, there are also significant challenges to overcome.
For one thing, the growth of technology has allowed for massive shifts in the global economy, from a more globalised to an individualised economy.
People who have been working in the digital economy for many years will find it much more difficult to adapt to a different job.
Technology can be very good at making things easier for people, but sometimes the tools aren’t enough.
In other cases, the skills that are needed for a job are more often not available in the country where the job is being performed.
So, the problem is not that we don’t have the skills needed, it’s that we have too few of them.
What we need is a new approach to globalisation and innovation that doesn’t depend on what technology is available, but on what kind of jobs people can do, and what opportunities they have to innovate and make a real difference.
Why do we need a new global economy?
For starters, globalisation means a globalised economy for everyone.
As technology and globalisation change the way we work and interact, the demand for global workers increases.
A new type of global economy is needed, one that supports people across the globe and that is inclusive of everyone.
There are several different ways to think about a new international economy.
One is a kind of globalised one.
Globalisation is a set of rules and regulations, usually international, that govern the way economies work, trade and investments.
We all use them to make things easier, but some are more important than others.
For example, the rules that govern how we live in the United States and how we work in other countries apply to everyone.
The rules that apply to us apply to other people as well.
There are a number of other rules, too.
For example, in the UK, we are allowed to have a single passport for people travelling across the EU.
And for people who are travelling across Europe, the Schengen agreement applies.
If you have a passport, you can go to any country on earth.
The passport is a passport.
Now, this means that people can cross the border between the UK and Ireland, for example, without having to go through the hassle of a border check.
And this allows the UK to control its borders without having borders to check.
One of the other rules that applies across the world has to do with how countries use their natural resources.
In the US, we have natural resources such as coal, oil and natural gas, and these resources can be used to build the industrial infrastructure needed to support a global economy.
For instance, if we build a factory in the US that produces cars and trucks, the factory will also be used by other companies to build new vehicles.
Similarly, if a company builds a plant in the Netherlands that makes electric cars, those cars will also end up being used by others around the world to build electric vehicles.
All of these rules have to do, of course, with how much land the country has to use to grow the economy.
In China, for instance, there is no limit to how much farmland the country can grow.
In fact, it can grow as much as it wants.
China has been growing at a pace that has made it one of the fastest growing economies in the world. When it