By 2030, five billion people will reside in cities, many of them in extreme poverty—there’s not enough adequate housing.
Quinta Monroy Housing, 2004, Iquique, Chile. Photos by Cristobal Palma — Left: “Half of a good house” financed with public money. Right: Middle-class standard achieved by the residents themselves. © Elemental. Courtesy of Elemental.
Global waste production is projected to triple by 2100—to the tune of more than 11 million tons per day.
Photo courtesy of The Ocean Cleanup.
Food production needs to increase by 70 percent by 2050 to keep up with the demand of our growing population.
Rendering of The Plantagon Greenhouse by Sweco. Courtesy of Plantagon International.
The world’s population is aging fast—by 2050, the global population of older persons is projected to more than double its size, reaching nearly 2.1 billion.
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