Next Tuesday ABC’s Bob Woodruff anchors “Earth 2100,” a virtual journey into the next century, assuming there is one. From the press release:
Experts say over the next hundred years the “perfect storm” of population growth, resource depletion and climate change could converge with catastrophic results. Based on the predictions of world-renowned scientists, the special shows a world that could be horrific: a devastating famine leading to massacre in San Diego; unprecedented drought in Las Vegas – as well as inspiring: the citizens of Greensburg, Kansas harness the force of wind and rain in order to rebuild their city; New York City runs its buildings with solar power and its vehicles on emissions-free electricity.
Massacre in San Diego?
We’ll just put this post in the TVNewser time capsule. Would someone remind us to open it up in 91 years? Thanks.
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