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and flow charts the photographs maps and graphs are inserted atflow charts the photographs maps and graphs are inserted at the right moments It s history in both directionsKnowing Jonathan Porritt s previous work "and his interventions into our thinking I know that I can depend on the science and statistics "his interventions into our thinking I know that I can depend on the science and statistics he otes It s a solid piece of scientific and economic prediction It s not science fiction I disagree that the subject has been dumbed down It is not pompous stuffy and over written It s plain speaking and I can see academics scientists technicians and intelligent teenagers enjoying it as a text book there s so much to discuss and ponderI recommend this book most highly and congratulate the author and the team that must have helped in its production Good presentation for a childish message I interviewed Sir Porritt on my radio show after hearing him speak Porritt s futuristic tale has already proven to have come true in some respects Will all of this happen no but if you want to get a good picture of what the world is going to be like in 2050 then this is a great read to help explore what a sustainable future will look like This book written by a highly alified author as a diary view of the present from the future does have much to recommend it It has a "basically positive outlook and covers a great many areas relating to sustainability and other environmental interest including "positive outlook and covers a great many areas relating to sustainability and other environmental interest including justice and interestingly in this post GFC period the international banking system It details many ways in which we can make changes to improve the future I think that this would be a very good book to se for stimulating discussion about these issues in a classroom and would be similarly thought provoking for many solitary readers It is a worthy attempt to engage readers and there are many who might be put off by a book that bleats about the dangers we face and that berates the reader about what the author thinks that we should be doing It might well help some of those environmentalists wavering because of pessimism about the future However for me an older reader who has long since bought the environmental message the diary from the future device was Banana Fish, Tome 14 : unnecessary The breadth of topics was admirable While that perhaps limited the depth to which the topics could be explored a lot salient dot points were made and this will suit some readers I would recommend th. World by 2050 if we act immediately Part history part narrative The World We Made describes the key events technological breakthroughs and lifestyle revolutions that could transform our planet covering topics as wide ranging as 3D printing personal genomicsrban agriculture and the digital landscape The book's innovative ideas are brought to life with. Loving this book Will be to see how close the truth it will be This is an extraordinary book Packed with knowledge how close to the truth it will be This is an extraordinary book Packed with knowledge insight into tomorrow s solutions to what appear to be today s insoluble problems Narrated from a future perspective we nderstand exactly how to get to a sustainable happy and healthy world It s a technologically advanced place where we have leveraged man s limitless capacity for invention to design out environmental negativity I ve glimpsed the future and I like it It is truly a template for change which should appease the most cynical and plift those whose lives revolve around sustainability The World We Made is full of surprises In turning over each page I wasn t sure what I was going to find although it follows very logically and is both informative and entertainingThe first few surprises were coming to a page on blue paper then opening Nuestra propuesta inconclusa. Ecuador-Perú up a double page colour photo crammed with creative solutions to matters such as growing vegetablessing a roof that collects electricity from the sun and sharing the family saloon with the neighbours Nothing new new except the way they are integrated and laid out the photo is dated January 7th 2050Jonathan Porritt s subjects are those that have held "my interest for many decades world politics food the environment energy terrorism human collaboration for "interest for many decades world politics food the environment energy terrorism human collaboration for ends fairness and above all leaving the world a better place for our successors Jonathan s breadth of approach is breathtaking It makes me feel I have only dabbled on the edges of my special subjects agriculture forestry fisheries and renewable energy He has gone much wider It is written many years ahead of now yet as I read I have to check the dates he gives has this happened yet because it s something I ve always feared hoped for predicted or expected So often the date in the book might be in 2024 or I remember back in 2030 We read how the banking crisis was resolved in the twenty twenties and how the multi nationals lost their evasive powers when they had to pay tax properly following governments got their act together We see in projected future news reports how nuclear power met its match when hackers and cyber invaders were able to disable operating softwareOn the moveIt starts with history passes through the present and glides forward to relate logically concluded future history I cannot agree with the reviewer on who say. Our planet's future is too often described in terms of doom and despair However there is another perspective that is not only positive but credible tooThe World We Made describes a planet that is green fair connected and collaborative Based on extensive research leading environmentalist Jonathon Porritt reveals how we can achieve a genuinely sustainable. ,
Is book to those whose faith in the future is wavering to younger readers or those newer to the future environment genre great info This engaging and easy to read book is written as a series of short chapters and by the end of each one you The Volleyball Coaching Bible - Volume II (The Volleyball Coaching Bible, understand what the problem is what the solutions mig Inspiring and very important creative ideas for now and in future The author writes from the point of view of 2050 All of the world s current crises have or less been solved for There are things that may shock or you But for the most part great comfort comes from knowing what s ahead We gave this book to each of our clients last year Kudos to Sir Jonathon A wonderful look into the future over changes that could happen over the next 35 odd years It takes into consideration some future technologies and showss how if our environmental and societal issues and concerns actually happen we can still draw solace from new technologies to show Diccionario trilingüe Miskitu - Sumu-Mayangna - Español us the way The bookses effective computer illustrations to showcase how the new technologies would look like when adapted
To Our World Aour world A book that gives s hope "That Things Can Get Better "things can get better hopefully gives courage to some of the authorities and regulators to be stricter and effective on matters governing the earth and its eco system The World we made is narrated by the character Alex McKay who in 2050 looks back on where the world went wrong and how the countries of the world nited to fix the problems created in the years priorI was interested in this book because I thought it would hold some secret knowledge of how I could live a sustainable lifestyle today That wasn t the case although there were Twisted (LOST, uniue things written about which I started to do in my own life in the past year such as deconstructing clothing and refashioning them rather than donating them or buying new clothesWhere I feel the story fell short is in not addressing some of the environmental issues we are currently living with and how to fix them The Fukushima nuclear failing is addressed mainly as a lead in to a story in the future on how we closed down and stoppedsing nuclear Yet the issue of what happens to all this waste left behind isn t addressed Which is why I am only giving the book 4 stars But I am also giving the book 4 stars because it is a book of hope and right now we need to hope and believe changes will be addressed before it is too late. Futuristic photographs infographics and hand drawn sketches while an extensive index provides the tools and tips needed to prepare for what's aheadThe World We Made is essential reading for anyone interested in preserving our planet All royalties will support the work of Forum for the Future one of the world's leading sustainable development non profit.