Smart Gulag: Megacities on the Move | Forum for the Future

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– 2010 |

In a world of fossil fuels and expensive energy, the only solution is tightly planned and controlled urban transport.

– Sprawlville – 2010 |

The city is dominated by fossil fuel-powered cars. The elite still gets around, but most urban dwellers face poor transport infrastructure.

– Renewabad – 2010 |

The world has turned to alternative energy, and high-tech, clean, well-planned transport helps everyone get around.

– Communicity – 2010 |

The world has turned to alternative energy, and transport is highly personalised with a huge variety of transport modes competing for road space.

Your Dystopian Future

– 2010 |

A whole dystopian system built on engineered fake crises.

is a projection of the future from some garbage think tank telling everyone to die, presented in the format of a child's comic book.

“Your guide to the future of sustainable urban mobility in 2040”

Dystopian refers to a world or society in which people lead dehumanised, fearful lives. It is characterised by a very bad or unfair society in which there is a lot of suffering. Dystopian societies are often depicted as imposing a harmful, oppressive, and miserable existence upon their members, with elements such as , restricted information, and constant . Dystopias are typically found in science fiction and fantasy literature and are used to draw attention to various issues such as politics, economics, and technology.

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Source: Forum for the future

Source: Megacities on the Move – Sprawlville

Source: Megacities on the Move – Renewabad

Source: Megacities on the Move – Communicity

Source: Megacities on the Move – Plannedopolis


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