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The Great Reset 2022: A Future Reimagined

The Great Reset 2022: A Future Reimagined

The Great Reset 2022 is a future imagined. And it’s happening right now.


The world of the future will be defined by the following: scarcity, instability, rapid change, and disruption.


Resources are becoming scarcer than ever before. The effects of climate change are sweeping across the globe. Populations are migrating to cities in search of food and water. The global economy is in perpetual crisis mode. Technological innovation has slowed to a crawl, with most industries stuck in their own cycles of stagnation and decline.


Nowhere is this Great Reset more obvious than in China, where per capita incomes have stagnated for nearly 20 years while living standards have plummeted for millions of people across the country.

The Great Reset 2022

The Great Reset 2022 is happening right now. What will the world of the future look like?


No one can predict with certainty what the world of the future will be. But if you look at the trends in global society, economy, and technology today, it’s likely that by 2022, we’ll see a world defined by scarcity, instability, rapid change, and disruption.


Society: The world faces immense challenges in achieving sustainability and combating climate change. We will need to rethink everything from sustainable manufacturing to our energy sources and distribution methods in order to mitigate these impacts. The social fabric around us is changing rapidly as emerging economies overtake industrialized nations and populations grow increasingly diverse.


Economy: Increasingly volatile markets create an unstable investment environment–even for those who have passed on losses from 2008’s global financial crisis onto their children. The international trade system has been disrupted by new geopolitical realities–and there’s no going back. This means shortages in commodity prices and diminished trade flows across borders as protectionism increases globally.


Technology: Technological innovation has slowed to a crawl because most industries are stuck in their own cycles of stagnation and decline. Rather than inventing new technologies for next-generation applications, many big companies are content to play catch-up with disruptors like Google or Tesla; they remain trapped in legacy systems and outmoded business models that were designed for a different era.

The Cost of Living

China is experiencing a major economic slowdown. The country’s growth has been slowing for nearly two decades, and now it’s barely breaking even.


China’s economic model of cheap labor and low-cost manufacturing is no longer working. The cost of living in China has increased significantly, and the Chinese government has attempted to curb its population by introducing an extreme one-child policy.


Chinese citizens are also grappling with the environmental consequences of rapid development: toxic pollution that makes land and water too unsafe to farm or consume, and ever-present smog that forces people indoors all day long.

Economic Stability

in China

China has been in a state of economic stagnation for nearly 20 years. In the late 1990’s, when China officially became a member of the World Trade Organization, it was heralded as a global economic powerhouse. The country’s GDP registered at $1 trillion. But, over the next two decades, China’s GDP only grew to $5 trillion. And this is largely because its growth rate slowed down substantially after 2007.


This leaves China with an economic dilemma: how do you sustain an economy of 1.4 billion people by adding less than $200 billion to the economy every year? When you consider that there are over 200 million more people living in poverty than before 2000, it becomes clear that this Great Reset has had negative effects on everyday Chinese citizens.


in a Great Reset

During the Great Reset, technological innovation has slowed to a crawl. With most industries stuck in their own cycles of stagnation and decline, there’s been little progress in the digital economy. But this doesn’t mean that technology will be irrelevant in 2022. In fact, technology will play a large role in how people live and work during this era.

In much the same way that people have been able to adapt to different economic realities over the past century, they will be able to adapt to this new era of instability. The global economy may be constantly in crisis mode, but technologies like 3D printing and blockchain are set to transform how we live and work for years to come.


are becoming scarcer

Resources are becoming scarcer.There are many effects of climate change, but one major effect is the scarcity of resources. For example, resource wars have become more common in recent years as countries attempt to gain control of oil reserves or other natural resources. Countries across the globe are experiencing famine and drought due to droughts caused by climate change. And some say that these conflicts will only worsen as time goes on.

The world’s population has exceeded 7 billion people today, according to the United Nations (UN). Considering that we can’t keep up with food production right now without new innovations, what will happen when there’s over 10 billion people living on earth? It’s not hard to imagine a future where food shortages become commonplace.


The goal of the Great Reset 2022 is to create a future that is sustainable and equitable for all people. It would be foolish to think that this can happen overnight. However, it’s an ambitious and necessary goal to strive for. We’re all in this together, and what we need most is a shared effort for a better future.

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