The 2050s decade will begin on January 1, 2050 and will end on December 31, 2059. Notable predictions and known events. World population is expected to reach 9.3 billion people. China, United States, India, Brazil and Mexico will be the largest economies in the world, according to a Goldman Sachs study.
This category has the following 16 subcategories, out of 16 total. 2050 (2 C, 2 P) 2051 (2 C) 2052 (2 C) 2053 (2 C)
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Is there any source to confirm what was said there? It is retrieved twelve years ago yet there's no concrete tracing of this person or the book itself. Searching up the book's title directly yields no result. 126.96.36.199 (talk) 09:15, 18 September 2020 (UTC)
"The world's oil supply could be depleted" is a very vague claim which doesn't even specify the probability this will happen. Why it might or might not happen in 2057 instead of 2047 or 2067 is very unclear. Looking at peak oil and predicting the timing of peak oil shows that 2050 is actually at the far end of what some experts predict will be the peak production of oil, not anywhere close to being completely exhausted. These articles show that there is a long history of these predictions being incorrect, and also that there is a broad range of current predictions. The one prediction cited is from 2008, which is more than a decade old and is not informed by consumption history since then. The speed of consumption depends a lot on demand, which is currently being suppressed for an indeterminate period by a global pandemic, and by international greenhouse gas limitation treaties, which are highly dependent on politics and elections. Putting one prediction on a timeline I think does a...
This article is not representing the full range of estimates noted on Projections of population growth. That article also provides context on what factors affect population, including disease, resource limitations, war, and decreasing family size with increasing income. These estimates are not stable, and as the article notes have changed considerably since the 2000s. Picking one or two numbers puts undue weight on those figures, which given the history of inaccurate predictions, are unlikely to actually be met. Not to mention that the pandemic currently raging across the planet has pretty much invalidated all previous projections. I think it would be better to direct readers to that article for full context on these projections, and it will need updating. -- Beland (talk) 02:31, 10 October 2020 (UTC)
Subcategories. This category has the following 9 subcategories, out of 9 total. Films set in 2050 (7 P) Films set in 2051 (2 P) Films set in 2053 (1 P) Films set in 2054 (3 P) Films set in 2055 (4 P) Films set in 2056 (4 P) Films set in 2057 (4 P)
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