Almost everyone agrees: we need to emit less CO2 to prevent catestrophal climate change from happening. But apart from that fact, we have very little idea of what we do want in the future. How will we live and move? How will we consume? Will we greet our neighbours? The next decades will mark the beginning of the post-fossil era. Our lives will change drastically, but what these changes entail exactly? It remains hard to imagine.
For this reason, the Koninklijk Nederlands Aardrijkskunde Genootschap (KNAG), UFS, The Cloud Collective and the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and Environment organized a competition for high school students. Their task: to imagine life in the neighborhood of the future. The best imaginations are featured at Places of Hope.