Inventing the Future in 12 775 Days- It’s All in Your Imagination

What a Difference 12 775 Days Makes

35 years ago, I was 30 years old and had just emigrated from South Africa to London, England, having tasted life in the northern hemisphere as a young lad in Canada. That was 12,775 days ago. In another 35 years, if I live that long, I will have lived another 12,775 days, and reached the ripe old age of 100. Yes, I hope to make it past 2050— that wonderful date beloved by climate scientists, politicians, sustainability experts, and governments and corporations…

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Co-founder of the Balancer Platform. Rebalancing our unbalanced world with apps & analytics for conscious consumers & organizations. Free at www.balancer.app

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