Shell New Lens Scenarios
The New Lens Scenarios explore how economic, political and social forces might shape the global energy system and environment over the 21st century. As we consider two possible versions of the future, we apply "lenses" that help bring our volatile world into sharper focus. Shell has been developing scenarios to explore the future and deepen its strategic thinking for 40 years. They draw on wide-ranging expertise from inside and outside the company and over time have gained a global following among governments, academia and business. Published in 2013, Shell's latest scenarios consider economic, political and social developments over the coming decades, with consequences for energy developments over half a century.
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Exploring critical questions about the energy transition | Sky Scenarios
We asked the Shell Scenarios team critical questions about our latest scenario, Sky, which outlines a technically possible but challenging pathway for society to reach the goals of the Paris Agreement. Scenarios are not predictions of the future. They are stories about how the future might look and are underpinned by models that provide the backbone logic and rigour to these future possibilities.
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Let Battle Commence! | The Great Travel Hack | #MakeTheFuture
More and cleaner electricity
Sparks fly when two easy-going Brits – Team Alpha, meet two ultra-competitive Dutchies – Team Omega, on the road from the UK to the Netherlands. Alpha show us their ‘war faces’ as they escort knights to a local joust (like you do!). Whilst Omega are ruthless, fending-off matchmakers and conquering congestion. This is The Great Travel Hack Season Two, hosted By Greg James and Katja Schuurman - watch as two teams compete to cross Europe from London to Istanbul, using lower-carbon technologies to fuel some of the cleanest vehicles around, with only one rule: the team with the lowest co2 emissions wins.