How do we realize the manifold opportunities of healthy longevity as we enter the era of long lives? For children born since 2000, a life expectancy towards 100 years is more likely than ever. The implications for businesses, governments and individuals will be monumental. How do we reimagine a longevity-ready society? And how do we engage multiple sectors to source the best ideas from the private sector, government, academia, medicine, philanthropy and beyond? Delving into one central question – how can we create healthful futures? – this session looks at the measures that can be taken now across and between different stakeholders to realize this vision. Taking an intersectional approach, factors considered include public health initiatives, clinical elements, research needs, economic considerations, as well as economic factors and how we might broaden definitions of health.