A 199-page book on the Future of our World:
Technology, Climate Change, Energy, Democracy, Money and Wealth, Religion, Race, Food, Species Extinction, Transportation, Migration and Space Travel.
With exponential growth in technology, the next millennium will be like no other that preceded it, with the opportunity to fundamentally change the fabric of our society and the natural environment that surrounds it, unlike anything that has occurred over the past 10,000 years.
Some scientists believe we’re at the dawn of the Anthropocene Period, a geologic time marker that establishes current human activity and interference as a dominant influence on the future of our planet. The effects of human caused climate change during the next one hundred years will dramatically change where we live, and how we live during the subsequent centuries.
In fact, we will most likely need to geoengineer the planet during the latter part of the next millennium, in order to survive as a species.
About the Author
Chris Bonnet grew up in Canada, where he graduated with a degree in Science and Human Affairs, followed by an Executive MBA. Throughout his career, he worked for over 50 companies, formed over a dozen startups and wrote over 100 songs, as investment banker, researcher, software specialist, entrepreneur and musician. Chris has lived in Canada, the US, South and Central America, and is an active real estate investor.