Glass Wings Blog: Future

The Brisbane Olympics are a leap into an unknowable future
The budget should have been a road to Australia’s low-emissions future. Instead, it’s a flight of fancy
Cities of Light: A Collection of Solar Futures
Climate change has already hit Australia. Unless we act now, a hotter, drier and more dangerous future awaits, IPCC warns
Climate heroes: the countries pioneering a green future
Climate-protected citadels, virtual worlds only for the privileged: is this the future of inequality?
Electrify: An Optimist's Playbook for Our Clean Energy Future
EV policy and Australia's "Future Fuels Strategy"
'Fossil Fuel Exit Strategy' Shows Transition to Renewable Future Totally Doable
The future for general-purpose computing
'Glum future for the platypus': why the elusive mammal is disappearing under our noses
Interview: Professor Jun Murai – The Father of the Internet in Japan, the Past 40 Years, and the Future to Come
Interview with Kim Stanley Robinson about his book “The Ministry for the Future”
It’s not too late for Australia to forestall a dystopian future that alternates between Mad Max and Waterworld
Library Socialism: a utopian vision of a sustainable, luxuriant future of circulating abundance
The lost history of the electric car – and what it tells us about the future of transport
Money City: Our New Game To Explore The Future Of Money Is Now Available To Everyone
No more acting like ‘stunned mullets’ — bigger, better, faster responses needed to meet future bio-threats
Ocean conservation: 6 reasons you can be optimistic about the future of our planet
Open Future Foundation - a new think tank for the Open Movement launched with support from the Arcadia Fund
Samoa’s first female leader has made history — now she faces a challenging future at home and abroad
Stories Make the Future: Utopia
These photos prove a future with no waste is possible
This is the most sobering report card yet on climate change and Earth’s future. Here’s what you need to know
Who Gets to Live in the City of the Future?
Worried about Earth’s future? Well, the outlook is worse than even scientists can grasp
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