When you are en route to a meeting about water, you can check the latest data on water or any other challenge. All of the research and challenges and methods are available to you anytime, anywhere you and your mobile phone have Internet access.
You can tap on the 15 Global Challenges, then next tap on challenge you want, and then situation chart (current situation, desired situation, and policies to address the gap) for that challenge will appear. If you swipe right or left you get the situation chart for the next challenge.
When you are in the situation chart, you can tap on the items drill down. To come “back up” tap on the - sign.
See the little circle in the upper right corner with the three parallel lines in it? Tape that and you get to other menu options for the challenges: report, Scanning, News, Updates (recent edits), Key Websites, Books, Papers, models, etc. But you have to log in as a subscriber to access the content in those menu options, but you can get the 15 Global Challenges content without logging in or being a subscriber. It will prompt you to log in, use you same email and pw you use for the full system access via your computer. If you do not see a prompt, you can tap the home button on the upper left and the tap the circle on the upper right to log in.
Even if not logged in, you can tap the home button on the upper left side, then see the Research option, tap that, and all of The Millennium Project’s Research is listed, side down and see Futures Research Methodology… tape that, and then the method you want - 39 Chapters 1,300 pages of methods.
Since it is a mobile version, it does not have all of full system’s features like suggesting edits, adding scanning items, but the content is there! Clicking back to the full version does not work yet, but might be the time you read this.