Drying up. What happens to farms if there is no water?

NASA’s Landsat satellite images of the growing agriculture industry in the northern reaches of the Syrian Desert in Saudi Arabia. The aquifer water is expected to last another 25 years. Four questions: First, if you are a farmer, and the bulk of all of the water that you need for your crops comes from an underground aquifer, what will happen to More...

by Tristan Fischer | Published 7 years ago
By historyfuturenow On Sunday, July 22nd, 2012
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New articles: American exceptionalism, Artificial meat, Renewables and society, Emigration’s benefits.

History, Future. Now is on holiday and so will be writing less frequently.  There are some meaty subjects, however, that he intends to write about: “Why the American myth of exceptionalism damages her future” More...

By historyfuturenow On Tuesday, July 17th, 2012
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Map of history’s most influential thinkers

Bredan Griffen has produced an incredible image / map of how the most influential thinkers have impacted each other, which is perfect for Future, History. Now. which is a website focused on looking how the past More...