The Future We Want is a planned multimedia project -- short videos, traveling museum exhibit, a mobile app, maybe an Imax movie -- that wants to present "a positive vision for a sustainable society." The project bills itself as an antidote to the dystopian landscapes we see in The Day After Tomorrow, The 11th Hour, The Road, Wall-E, and the like. Image: The Future We Want There's a preview site now that shows attractive urban neighborhoods with broad sidewalks, sleek light-rail lines, and svelte CGI residents. The founders are looking for funding to build out the rest. Veteran energy advisor …
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