• Watch the video The World In 2050 – Full BBC Documentary 2018. There are three stories within the video that highlight cutting edge innovations about how we fuel our cars, how we drive, and how we live.
o “Fueling the Future”
o “Driven by Design” ( additional sites Scania)
o “Searching for Utopia” (additional sites The City of Masdar, Masdar-the city of future part 1)
• Choose two of the three stories above about the future of energy.
- For story one: explain how these cutting edge innovations will shape the world of 2050
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