Horticultural Solution: Part 3

Madeleine Baker

If we, as humans, do not alter our lifestyles in favour of our earth’s survival and longevity, such as becoming more ecologically- and self-sustainable with our eating and consumer habits, I speculate that in the long-term future (40-50 years), we may begin to see a noticeable decline in the state of our planet. If our population reaches the projected 10 billion by 2050, and our agricultural industry intensifies in order to accommodate for this, our resources and the environment will drastically deplete before the end of the century. If this occurs, which is plausible at the rate we are going, our world will become the perpetual wasteland predicted by the media in a multitude of futuristic movies. Wall-E (2008), Interstellar (2014), The Day After Tomorrow (2004), and A.I. Artificial Intelligence (2001), just to name a few, are some of the futuristic sci-fi and drama films…

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