Hi there. We’re Future Planet.
We’re forward-thinking, future-minded, earth-concious, solution-driven, action-oriented, wake-up-and-smell-the-bacon-before-it-burns type people.
Our goal is simple. We want to change the world. Starting with the way the world thinks about change. And we want to do it right. Freakin’. Now.
Why? It’s simple: if we don’t change—change how we live, how much energy we use, how much crap we pump into the air, how much of the rainforest we take the chainsaw to, how many of those damn plastic grocery bags we throw away—in other words, if we don’t start caring about this planet, human beings don’t have much of a future here.
Ideas/innovations/breakthroughs to build a better future.
“But change isn’t easy!” you say. You’re right. It never is. It doesn’t happen all at once. It doesn’t happen in a straight line. Sometimes it sticks, sometimes it doesn’t. Most of the time, change happens one person, one household, one small, individual choice at a time.
Think about that for a second. Read it again if you have to.
Sure, some genius might come up a micracle that cures cancer/reverses climate change/saves the whales/whatever. Hey—it could happen. But we’re not holding our breath.
Instead, we think it’s wayyyy more likely that someone will come up with a simple idea that helps us take a small, incremental step closer to a brighter future. Then, someone else will come up with another small change. And then someone else. And then someone else. And then . . . well, you get the idea.
Look, it all comes down to this:
If we celebrate small change, we make people feel positive about change.
If we make people feel positive about change, we inspire them to make change themselves.
If we inspire people to make a change, guess what . . .
. . . suddenly, we’ve changed the world.