Horizon 2100 Moscow: Growth Needs of Humanity in the 21st Century and Beyond

Rising Tide Foundation

On August 24, Matthew Ehret, representing the Rising Tide Foundation and Canadian Patriot Review delivered the following remarks at Moscow’s Horizon 2100 Summit sponsored by the Center for Modelling the Future. The presentation ‘Open vs Closed Systems: Growth Needs of Humanity in the 21st Century and Beyond’ was delivered to dozens of youth from around the world whose attendance at this event was the result of their winning science fiction writing submissions under the theme of “Envisioning the World We Want in 2100”. As the theme implies, the contest was designed to inspire young leaders of the future to think creatively about the optimistic potentials for humanity on the earth and beyond over the coming generations.

Cynthia Chung’s presentation earlier in the day can be accessed here.

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One thought on “Horizon 2100 Moscow: Growth Needs of Humanity in the 21st Century and Beyond

  1. What a fascinating video presentation! I watched it in its entirety. The man’s grasp of his subject matter is amazing -and his forward-thinking concepts are inspiring. I would like to see if any of his theoretical plans come to fruition by 2021… I will be looking down with interest at that time! ❤

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