A Preview of "Ecotopia 2121"
Ecotopia 2121 is a 'social design' experiment that predicts the future of 100 cities worldwide as if they've transformed to become super ecofriendly. The cities are presented in the form of 'scenario art' and take into account the environmental challenges and unique cultures of each city.
There is a bunch of previews and reviews of the Ecotopia 2121 project available from various News outlets. For English previews/reviews click the logos below. For previews/reviews in other languages, scroll down further to the bottom of this page.
Also, the World Economic Forum has produced a short video about some of these super ecofriendly scenarios. (Click the WEF logo below to access the video).
As well, much of the scenario art of the Ecotopia 2121 project is on show in a special exhibition titled "Ways to Utopia" at the Bauhaus Museum, running April 2023 to January 2024.
In addition, the Museum of London displayed the 'London 2121' scenario as part of the London Visions exhibition - that ran from January 19th, 2018 to April 15th, 2018. (Click the museum logo below to see an overview of the exhibition). The 'London 2121' scenario is also part of the 2021 London Design Biennale.
Note too, there is an educational film explaining the methodology used in The Ecotopia 2121 Project. Click on the graphic below to see the film's Trailer.
You can also access a one minute video introduction to a sample scenario from the Ecotopia 2121project made by an Italian TV show (click the graphic below).
Media previews/reviews are also available in other languages. For instance, checkout the following links:
in Arabic at Sayidaty and Al Jazeera and The New Arab and National Geographic Arabia
in Bosnian at Fokus
in Bulgarian at EconomicBG and 24Chasa
in Dutch at De Stentor and Tubantia and AD and Gelderlander and Eindhovens Dagblad
In French at e-graine and Avivre and National Geographic France and Terra Projects
In Georgian at National Geographic Georgia
In German at Neue Zürcher Zeitung and Ökologisches Wirtschaften and Bauhaus Museum and Forbes (Austria)
In Greek at TVXS
in Hungarian at STT Kharisma and Elet Erzes
in Indonesian at National Geographic Indonesia and Epoch Times
in Italian at Piazza Pulita and Materia Rinnovabile and Vanity Fair and Grazie Natural and Il Metodo Letterario del Design Urbano and Design Diffusion.
in Lebanese at Lebanon24
in Lithuanian at LRT.
in Polish at F7 and Literacka metoda urbanistyka
In Portuguese at Observador and National Geographic Portugal
in Russian at National Geographic Russia
in Spanish at Expansion and El Confidencial and Hipertextural and El Método Literario del Diseño Urbano and Diseña.
in Swedish at OKMagasin
in Turkish at Anatolia Lit and Ekolojik Cadı
in Thai at Living Organic News and National Geographic Thailand
in Vietnamese at Reatimes and DKNTV and TCN.