The Wine Shop in the Future
The Wine Store in the future is one of the many ways that the future of our planet is unfolding.
The first phase of the world’s future is already here.
We are living in an era of “re-distancing,” where a “distraction from the real world” is replaced by the need for an “immersive” and “experiential” experience.
We are also living in a time where we are learning how to live with and consume more energy, and are beginning to understand how the carbon dioxide emissions from fossil fuels are affecting our planet.
In the next five to 10 years, the world will have moved from a world where we can rely on cheap, plentiful energy sources to one where we will have to live within a more sustainable and sustainable energy system.
It will also be one where the world has a greater understanding of the ecological and social impacts of our actions, and where we have a greater ability to work together to improve our planet and our lives.
As an advocate for environmental change, I’m thrilled that our government and the U.S. Congress are finally recognizing the need to reduce carbon emissions.
If the United States were to follow the lead of countries like Canada, Germany and Denmark, it could save hundreds of billions of dollars annually in energy costs.
I believe that we need to work to make sure that the global energy transition starts now.
My dream is for our nation to be the first in the world to have 100% renewable energy by 2050.
The energy we burn today will have been created billions of years ago, and it will be necessary to transition our energy system to 100% clean energy in the near future.
This article originally appeared on the WIRED website.