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Didn't know where to put this so put it here, if there is a better place for it please move it.

Hey folks I recently learned of this website Earth 2050, https://2050.earth/ and while checking it out I noticed something sad. No mention of permaculture on it. The site allows for folks to post their own predictions, so I figured we here at permies might want to post some permaculture predictions to get folks thinking about permaculture for the future.

Who among us has never tried to imagine what future lies ahead? At the 2050.earth website we’ve published detailed forecasts made by Kaspersky Lab experts and futurologists from various countries for three milestones: 2030, 2040, and 2050. Check it out at 2050.earth — and welcome to the future!

Hopefully we can get the topic of permaculture into the the discussion on the site, since I think most of us will agree that there won't be much of a future without permaculture.

Also worth mentioning is predictions can be voted on with an agree/disagree option. So if you post up a prediction mentioning permaculture, please post a link to it here so we can go vote on it. This will make it more noticed and spreed to more people.
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