DNV GL has launched ‘’Future of Spaceship Earth’’ forecast model which predicts the state of our planet in 2050. DNV GL has used the forecast to assess the likelihood of our world achieving the UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals by 2030 – at both a global and regional level.
The Future of Spaceship Earth is the result of collaboration over several months between researchers in DNV GL and Jørgen Randers, emeritus professor, BI Norwegian Business School.
Professor Randers is a renowned futurist; his ‘2052’ model is at the core of DNV GL’s present forecasting initiative, which has also involved a review of many different forecasting efforts – and collaboration with some of the leading institutions in this sphere. The result is a comprehensive view of a “most likely future” in 2050 – broken down into 5 world regions.
We are confident the results captured here are of value to a range of people – other researchers certainly, but also owners and operators of assets with an operating life beyond a decade, anyone interested in building or participating in a sustainable global supply chain, or anyone involved with or having a stake in longer term policy and regulation. Of course, at the level of an individual it is deeply interesting to peer three decades into the future – when today’s young children will be in the prime of their adulthood.
Explore more at : https://www.dnvgl.com/technology-innovation/spaceship-earth.html
Also click herebelow to read the Executive Summary of DNV GL ‘s report ‘’Will the Sustainable Development Goals be reached?’’
Source: DNV GL