EC invites votes on what Europe could look like in 2050
Vice-President Neelie Kroes, responsible for the Digital Agenda, is inviting people to join a voting and ranking process on 11 visions of what the world could look like in 20-40 years.
The Commission is seeking views on living and learning, leisure and working in Europe in 2050, to steer long-term policy or research planning.
The visions have been gathered over the past year through the Futurium, an online debate platform developed to capture emerging trends and enable interested citizens to co-create compelling visions of the futures that matter to them.
The full list of themes is available on the [ http://ec.europa.eu/digital-agenda/futurium/en/themes-vote ] Futurium website and the voting process will be open until the end of November 2013.