Thales said; “The past is certain, the future obscure.” What we collectively do to the planet, is not clear for the next 50 years or so. However, there are technology trends with strong possibilities of disruptive innovation. Any of these singular technologies could produce positive results, but collectively may produce an environment for endless possibilities to enrich our Sustainability future.
The Future …
December 7, 2012 by Ralph Jarvis
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