2050 is the new sustainability magazine for Generation Z, reporting on social, environmental, economic and cultural topics as well as visions, ideas, projects and people who are working to make the future worth living. It is progressive, realistic, has sound scientific foundations and constantly strives to help improve society’s attitude.
The magazine’s innovative approach provides the editorial team – led by development editors-in-chief Bianka Morgen and Dominik Schütte – with the support of an agile journalistic advisory board who will cast a critical eye over the team’s work, discuss topics and texts and provide clever ideas that will be scattered throughout the magazine. Readers can use the QR codes in the magazine to access videos, audio files and additional articles online.
2050 is unusual in that it can’t found in newsagents; instead, it will be distributed specifically to universities, schools and other training facilities – free of charge. 2050 is printed on 100% recycled paper.