There are a lot of great innovations and developments standing before human race, but there are also big threats that many don't take seriously.
We often listen of climate changes and sustainability when it comes to a global crisis. But they only create abstract danger, while in reality things are much more serious than they look at the first moment.
Here are five things that scientists and economists think may happen by 2050.
Changes in our natural habitat could drive millions of people out of their homes in the next 35 years.
It is predicted that the temperature rise of just three degrees Celsius could force 600 million people to look for a new home. The temperature in the last 50 years has increased by one degree.
Coasts around the world are at constant risk due to the rising of the sea level.
In the last 20 years chances for sea storms to flood the streets of Manhattan- have risen to 20 percent, and by 2050., it is assumed that what has been happening once in 100-400 years, will now happen once in four to five years.
It is expected that there will be less edible grains. In this way Asia by 2050. should have 50 percent less wheat and 17 percent less rice.
This is why 20 million children will be hungry; in Asia, Africa and South America.
Due to increased temperature, and moist in the air, a number of insects that will spread diseases will increase.
Due to long flights and frequent international travelling, there will be new global pandemics.
Technological development already suits technological warfare, and in time, it will only flare.
Due to the disproportional distribution of power, the danger of regional nuclear war threats will increase.