For the first time in human history, there are more people over the age of 65 than children under the age of five. And by 2050 the number of people aged over 80 will triple. But don’t be fooled, the longevity revolution is by no means only about older persons. Longer lives don’t just add years to the end of life, but extend and transform all stages of life, with profound implications for urban planning, education, healthcare, jobs, culture and more.
Join us on November 9, as we hear from social entrepreneurs building for the New Longevity. Live from the BBK New Longevity Summit in Bilbao we’ll glean new insights and pathways forward. Don’t miss it!