We’re building a vision of a climate stable future

These visionaries have journeyed to the year 2050 and returned to tell the tale of an equitable, climate stable world created through vision and cooperation.

The world will still be beautiful. The plants may have changed, the systems may have changed. But we will have survived the worst of climate change, and we will know how to be a better steward of our planet.
There are more people living near me and more people living together. "Households" are made up of extended families or more unrelated people living together. We value and support cooperative living arrangements. Everyone contributes but not everyone works a traditional...
A place where humans, animals and Nature live in harmony and for one another. Finally a place where hearts are filled with kindness and empathy instead of cupidity and greed.
Start with renewable energy sources.
clean air and much less noise on the streets, no motors disturbing the atmosphere, no smog polluting our lungs and other living beings...no more use of non-renewable resources. It would be great to put less value on money and more...
I'm sure media are not giving the right importance to the problems linked to climate change.. I ask that this news is given proper prominence
The consumption of mea and dairy products has drastically reduced with the result that peoples health has improved there is now enough food to fed everyone on the planet consequently population growth has dramatically slowed because people are no so...
It's sunnier, hotter where I live. There are fewer trees where there are homes, but a much greater number as one moves away from residential areas. Buildings are taller and there are fewer homes as opposed to a larger number...
Not a good year for humanity
bots ,massive groups of them all around me,less humans they need to be fltering their air to bearth, the bots don t need that and they easy identefy you are a filterer from the former society with the old human...
The air and water are clean. The excess CO2 and methane have both been removed from the atmosphere the forests and wildlife are recovering world hunger has ended Human population stabilised and has started to decline.
I will most likely no be here in the flesh, but my children, their children and those recently born will be. If my generation has done nothing substantial to change their fate, I weap at what they have inherited by...
Assuming we are looking at a working solution. Limitit on population strategy to reduce the worlds population to a sustainable level.
People were relaxed, thoughtful and healthy and the trees, plants and animals were healthy too. Our cultural values had changed. We became curious about each other and ourselves and proud of our cultural heritage. When I went to my friend's...
The world I want to live in is one where discrimination and poverty are things of the past, a world where environmental destruction is no longer in existence, and most importantly, a world where everyone- humans, plants, and animals- live...
This is a year of new hope, new conviction that we can stabilize our earth over time through common effort from the majority of people and institutions throughout the world.
2050 is a year where most people are very conscious of their actions and really take care of their surroundings, their communities and children,
Predicting 35 years ahead from now is dependent on which way the 3 sided coin falls. If the mass in the middle slides to the left everyone will have lost, end of the human race along with all living species....
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