The challenge we face is to adapt to a radical change in the human condition – that the young can now expect to become the very old. That is why we need to seize the longevity imperative and become ‘evergreen’. We need to focus on constructing a society that prepares us for longer lives and ensuring that the quality of life matches its new found quantity. That is what “The Longevity Imperative” outlines – what individuals and society need to do to make the most of our now longer lives.

From the co-author of best seller “The 100 Year Life”

Andrew J Scott

PAST PROGRESS CREATED LONGER LIVES. FUTURE PROGRESS IS ABOUT HOW WE MAKE THE MOST OF THIS ADDITIONAL TIME BY CHANGING THE WAY WE AGE.

"THE LONGEVITY IMPERATIVE" IS AN INDIVIDUAL AND SOCIAL MANIFESTO ON HOW TO SUCCEED.

READ THE INTRODUCTION

Wheeler Institute Event including discussion with NY Times Correspondent, Patti Cohen

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