Hot, crowded, and running out of fuel: Earth of 2050 a scary place

A new report published by the Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development paints a grim picture of the world in 2050 based on current global trends. It predicts a world population of 9.2 billion people, generating a global GDP four times the size of today's, requiring 80 percent more energy. And with a worldwide energy mix still 85 percent reliant on fossil fuels by that time, it will be coal, oil, and gas that make up most of the difference, the OECD predicts

via arstechnica.com

Must read!! and think

This post has already been read 1059 times!

comments powered by Disqus
Top
MENU

Futurist Gerd Leonhard

X

Futurist Gerd's Personal Newsletter

×