What the Future Wants

What the Future Wants

90% of 11-year-olds in Europe and the USA already have a smartphone. But what they don't have is a say in how digital technologies are often designed to be addictive, unhealthy or unsafe. Many are disillusioned about the way the future of their digital environment - like their natural environment - is being drastically impacted by the actions and decisions of older generations

Our new youth project will ask the question: 'What does the future want?' Read more in our latest article on Medium.

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