The Future Issue - Atlanta Magazine
 
 
 
Big Ideas
 

Articles from the August 2012 issue -- and online extras

Extended Interview: Kenneth Thorpe

August 2012 "View From the Brain Trust" feature

1. Metro Atlanta’s population is projected to top 7 million by 2030. What do you think is the single most important thing that should be done to prevent that growth in population from making our traffic congestion even worse that it already is? Read more...

Extended Interview: Christopher Leinberger

August 2012 "View From the Brain Trust" feature

1. Metro Atlanta's population is projected to top 7 million by 2030. What do you think is the single most important thing that should be done to prevent that growth in population from making our traffic congestion even worse that it already is? Read more...

Extended Interview: Michael Leo Owens

August 2012 "View From the Brain Trust" feature

1. Metro Atlanta’s population is projected to top 7 million by 2030. What do you think is the single most important thing that should be done to prevent that growth in population from making our traffic congestion even worse that it already is? Read more...

Extended Interview: Ebenezer Aka

August 2012 "View from the Brain Trust" feature

1. Metro Atlanta’s population is projected to top 7 million by 2030. What do you think is the single most important thing that should be done to prevent that growth in population from making our traffic congestion even worse that it already is? Read more...

Future Forecast

Projections for the decades ahead

Move over, baby boomers. Change is coming, thanks to a surge in millennials—aka Generations X and Y. Read more...

View from City Hall

Mayor Kasim Reed on Atlanta's outlook

The Atlanta metro region will continue to be one of the fastest-growing areas of the country and will become more diverse in every way. Census projections indicate the number of nonwhite and nonblack residents will continue to rise, which will give the city a richer texture. Read more...