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What will our world be like in 2050? And how will it be influenced by the decisions we make?
Eco Future is a family focused exhibition that gives glimpses of a world in the future and explores how we will all survive on a changing planet.  Opening on 27 September 2012 to coincide with United Nations’ World Tourism Day, this exhibition will run for an entire year on Saadiyat Island.

In this thought-provoking, interactive exhibition visitors will engage with some of the most important issues facing humans today, including global resources, healthy living, climate change and other options for a sustainable future. They will learn about what we need to survive and will be able to make some choices about the future considering life in Abu Dhabi in 20 or even 40 years time.

The exhibition is divided into six sections including Drinking, Eating, Enjoying, Moving, Building and Future City, which all look at how changing climates and resources could affect people’s lives.
The journey through the exhibition will be guided by four lively characters – Yas, Moza, Ali and Sara. With them, visitors will explore new places to find water for the city of 2050, will sit down to eat with other visitors and trade food for dinner, explore shopping in 2050, check out new vehicle technologies in a racing game and even design their future homes in Abu Dhabi.

Eco Future is inspired by the future plans and projects of Abu Dhabi, some of which are already underway. The result of all the decisions visitors make along that journey will be revealed in the Future City at the end of the exhibition. Just as the decisions made by people now impact on the future of the Capital, visitors will learn how the different choices based on our priorities can have major effects on the world of tomorrow.

Presented by Abu Dhabi Tourism & Culture Authority, Eco Future was developed in close collaboration with expertise from Abu Dhabi entities including Masdar, Abu Dhabi Education Council, Urban Planning Council, Environment Agency – Abu Dhabi, the Imperial College London Diabetes Centre and Emirates Wildlife Society.