Deep Into the Future Planet: The Trailer

Join us on a planetary journey that goes deep into the future of innovation, technology, nature, and humanity in search of the best ways to forge a sustainable future.

Deep Into the Future Planet: The Trailer

Join us on a planetary journey that goes deep into the future of innovation, technology, nature, and humanity in search of the best ways to forge a sustainable future.

The future is being shaped by today’s ideas, solutions, and decisions. The future is now.
In a world in which the climate crisis is taking centre stage, we can draw inspiration from the insights of scientists, artists and activists.
Join us on a planetary journey that goes deep into the future of innovation, technology, nature, and humanity in search of the best ways to forge a sustainable future.

Foresight – Deep into the Future Planet, a podcast produced by the CMCC and FACTA. 

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