Australia forecasts for 2030
Read 13 forecasts about Australia in 2030, a year that will see this country experience significant change in its politics, economics, technology, culture, and environment. It’s your future, discover what you’re in for.
Politics forecasts for Australia in 2030
Politics related forecasts to impact Australia in 2030 include:
  • Austalia has achieved better than 50% in only three of seventeen Sustainable Development Goal areas: health, gender equality, and energy. Likelihood: 60% 1
  • Australia has achieved better than 85% in only two of the seventeen Sustainable Development Goal areas: education and clean water and sanitation. Likelihood: 60% 1
Government forecasts for Australia in 2030
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Economy forecasts for Australia in 2030
Economy related forecasts to impact Australia in 2030 include:
  • Droughts and other weather grievances have led to a reduction of agricultural and labour productivity worth AU$19 billion since 2019. Likelihood: 75% 1
Technology forecasts for Australia in 2030
Technology related forecasts to impact Australia in 2030 include:
Culture forecasts for Australia in 2030
Culture related forecasts to impact Australia in 2030 include:
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Defense forecasts for Australia in 2030
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Infrastructure forecasts for Australia in 2030
Infrastructure related forecasts to impact Australia in 2030 include:
  • Multiple insurance companies no longer support thermal coal mines and coal-fired power stations due to their negative environmental impact. Likelihood: 80% 1
  • Rooftop solar, as well as wind and solar farms, now supply 78% of Australia's west and east coast renewable electricity supply, up from 22.5% in 2019. Likelihood: 60% 1
Environment forecasts for Australia in 2030
Environment related forecasts to impact Australia in 2030 include:
  • Climate change and extreme weather have led to a AU$571 billion drop in the value of the Australian property market. Likelihood: 60% 1
  • 50% of the electricity generated in Sydney now comes from renewable sources, mainly solar generation and storage. Likelihood: 60% 1
  • Due to the country's fossil fuel exports, Australia is responsible for contributing 17% of global greenhouse gas emissions, compared to 5% in 2019. Likelihood: 50% 1
  • Australia has failed to meet its emission reduction targets, only achieving a 7% reduction on 2005 levels. The goal was 26% to 28% reduction on 2005 levels. Likelihood: 50% 1
  • Annual national carbon pollution has been reduced to 196 million tonnes, down from 450 million tonnes in 2015. Likelihood: 60% 1
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Disruptive forecasts for Australia in 2030
Disruptive related forecasts to impact Australia in 2030 include:
Super humans forecasts for Australia in 2030
Super related forecasts to impact Australia in 2030 include:
  • Suicide rates are at an all-time high, up to 14.8 per 100,000 people, compared to 12.5 per 100,000 people in 2017. Likelihood: 75% 1
  • Australians now spend over AU$4.6 billion a year on plant-based meat alternatives, up from AU$150 million in 2019. Likelihood: 70% 1
  • The Australian market for healthy food products, such as organics, vitamins, and alternative protein sources, is now valued at AU$9.7 billion up from AU$6.7 billion in 2018. Likelihood: 60% 1
Weird science forecasts for Australia in 2030
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