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Longevity 2030 White Paper

Longevity 2030: A Global Crisis and Opportunity

We are living longer than ever before. Longevity 2030 is a demographic, social and economic turning point. It signals both a profound challenge and an unparalleled opportunity, globally. The World Health Organization predicts that by 2050, the global population aged 60 and over will double to 2.1 billion people, with those aged over 80 tripling to 426 million. Similarly, in Australia, 20% of the population will be aged 65 or older by 2030. By 2050 this group will represent 25% of the population (Intergenerational Report 2020), challenging the adequacy of pension systems, healthcare, and the workforce. This is the beginning of powerful and world-changing demographic trend that will continue beyond 2030 until at least 2050. The time to prepare our society and economy is now.

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