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Economic change will be tremendous and uncontrollable shifts in power structures will occur. This may even be the end of nation-states and modern society as we know it. 2 Assumption about Leadership Beyond some point in the development, the proponents of this scenario seem to believe that it will not only be difﬁcult but also impossible to exercise leadership across states and other geographically large territories. Society will break down and we may see a repetition of the experiences of the Middle Ages, when villages closed in on themselves and trade and ideas’ exchange with the rest of the world broke off.
If we do not manage to accomplish this, we run the risk of climate and ecological systems being put permanently out of balance. According to these experts, we need to, dramatically and rapidly, reduce CO2 emissions. ” James Hansson, NASA’s chief scientist. ” Hans Blixt, United Nations Commissioner who investigated Iraqi military arsenals looking for “weapons of mass destruction” under the close scrutiny of Saddam Hussein. – “The [IPCC’s] Fourth Assessment Report is a milestone in our scientiﬁc knowledge about climate change and the grave threats global warming poses to the planet.
There will be no need for planning at the societal level. Let the market solve the problem and create the technologies and resources in the way that it has always done in the past! ” The change may actually go unnoticed by most people, who will experience only how a number of large power plants based on renewable fuels get built during the coming decades and how an increasing number of cars and trucks become equipped with hybrid engines, fuel cells, electricity-based systems and other renewable fuel systems.