The World in report was published in February While we think that the discussion of long term trends in the report remains of interest, it does not take account of major events since that date, including in particular the recent global COVID pandemic. The World Bank predicts as many as million people could be displaced by In the Southern California of , Angelenos could spend a quarter of the year sweating it out in temperatures of. In November , the United Nations Population Fund reported that the world population is projected to be billion in from billion then with most of the increase in developing countries even as the population of industrialized countries will "remain stable". A short video of our world in The World In will be totally different. You will see how our cities will look like. Robots,flying cars, self-driving. Rockefeller University mathematical biologist Joel Cohen believes that by the year the majority of people alive will be living in urban areas and the average age will be a lot higher than it is today. The World In explores many of these questions in the search for better understanding our future as a species on this world. In our latest World in report we present economic growth projections for 32 of the largest economies in the world, accounting for around 84% of global GDP. We project the world economy to grow at an average of just over 3% per annum in the period – 50, doubling in size by and nearly tripling by Sep 10, · The global climate crisis could see more than a billion people displaced from their homes in the next 30 years, as ecological disasters drive mass migrations and . The countries that will rule the world in Shutterstock 03 July Features. With just a few decades away, major issues await the world. Science and technology need to start focusing on solutions to make the future better than the terrifying reality approaching. Jun 05, · By , sea levels have risen feet and are projected to increase by as much as 10 feet by Globally, 55% of the population lives in areas . So what about the next 30 years? Drawing on this experience, here are five predictions for • There will be 10bn people in the world and the great demographic division will be one of age. The relatively young regions—Africa, and to a lesser extent the Indian .