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H3 Uni Resource Library

Detailed facilitation guides for Three Horizons, Clustering, Dilemma Navigation and many other complementary tools from our members at H3Uni.

Three Horizons Kit

Facilitate your own conversations about the future with everything you need brought together in this kit by our members at IFF.

Three Horizons Use Examples

See how members of the network are using Three Horizons in this curated collection of examples.

Three Horizons: Thinking and planning for the future

Fantastic Three Horizons toolkit created by our members at Future Generations Commissioner for Wales and Public Health Wales.

10 tools for systems change

Created in partnership with the COP26 High-Level Climate Action Champions providing inspiration on the most useful approaches you can employ to raise ambition for your topic of inquiry and create systemic change.

Three Horizons: an introduction

A short video explaining the 3H framework and how each of the horizons works, using a helpful example.

Video Resources.

Three Horizons: an introduction

Three Horizons (3H) is a simple framework to help guide conversations about the future towards meaningful action.

Three Horizons: the three voices

In this video, we explain how to recognize these voices and see the value each one brings, and how they might work together to navigate conversations about the future.

What is Regenerative?

Each of us has a vital role to play in ensuring society can thrive at every level.

Working with the future

Futures practices help us take action in complex situations where the past is not a good guide to the future. Scenarios, roadmaps and pathways are widely used approaches that allow us to combine our ability to act with an appreciation of uncertainty.

Three stages of Change

Transformational change in the patterns of our lives typically involves three stages: emergence, diffusion and reconfiguration.

Accelerating Transitions Framework

System transitions generally happen in three stages: emergence, diffusion, and reconfiguration. At each stage, different policies and various kinds of international cooperation are likely to be effective in accelerating the transition.

Causal loops

Modeling a situation with causal loops helps us see how it behaves over time, understand the dynamic effect of policies, and see what interventions might be most effective.

Exponential goals

Changes can happen rapidly when everyone settles on one approach. We can then move along a learning curve of exponential change, where new technology improves its performance rapidly, lowering costs and increasing adoption by society.

Tipping points and cascades

A tipping point is a place where a small intervention can trigger a large response, sending a system into a qualitatively different future state, triggering a rapid cascade of change throughout the sector and beyond.

Dilemma navigation

In embarking on making change, especially transformational change towards a radical goal, we inevitably plunge into conflicts, contradictions and oppositional polarities. Dilemma navigation creates a space in which all voices are brought into the room and opposing values both have something to contribute to a new innovative solution.