When referring to a revolution, we are speaking about defining movements that can affect change across economic, technological, political and social spectrums. Let’s quickly review three key revolutions throughout our history that have progressed civilisation:
Across these revolutions and to this day, our global population growth continues. With advancements in medical treatments and medications our population also continues to live longer.
Reviewing the trends across the three previous revolutions show us civilisation were triggered to evolve, that they had to take on new methods to keep up with the demands of a growing population.
However, the methods of keeping up with civilisation’s demands has resulted in consuming natural resources faster than what we could replenish. These practices have largely contributed to environmental damage, climate change and social issues.
The fourth revolution embraces addressing these issues, to once again evolve civilisation into its next chapter.