SIX VISIONS.

SIX VISIONS.

SIX VISIONS.

SIX VISIONS.

SIX VISIONS.

SIX VISIONS.

Imagining a globally net-zero, climate-resilient future that people actually want to live in.

ONE AIM.

Each vision focuses on a different region.

These visions, commissioned in 2021 by the UK in their role as COP26 President, aim to explore what the future could look like in a climate-resilient, net-zero world.
They highlight some of the innovations that could make this future a reality, and explore what science can tell us about the wide-ranging benefits of achieving this future.
The visions cover a series of cross-cutting themes and six regions: the Arabian Peninsula (specifically focused on the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates), Brazil, India, Jamaica, Kenya, and the UK. They were chosen to reflect the diversity of challenges and opportunities in building a sustainable future.

THE VISIONS BALANCE

What's feasible

In-region academic experts worked with the University of Cambridge to identify some of the most interesting innovations being used around the world to address climate change.

What's desirable

The report findings were shared with groups of citizens from each region. They were then asked to share their hopes and ideas for their own region in a resilient, net-zero world.
Both elements were brought together to create these visions. They are not a prediction of what will happen. Instead, they represent possible parts of what a resilient, net-zero world could look like.
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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

We would like to thank the in-country experts and workshop participants, without whom this project would have been impossible.
The project was delivered by a consortium led by Deloitte, and including AECOM, the University of Cambridge, One Young World and Radley Yeldar.
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