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Next Nature is the story of humankind changing its world with the fruits of knowledge and technology. We are a non-profit of creatives, thinkers, educators and supporters who want to go forward – not back – to nature. Our explorations come to life in expos, events, education, and publications. With members in 44 countries, we make worldwide impact. In our future museum in the Netherlands, you can experience our vision in 'real life'. Together, we create a dreamed future for all life on Earth. Join us!

Currently on view: RetroFuture

Hello time travellers, welcome to the future of yesterday. What will the world look like in five years, 50 years, or even a 1000 years from now? While some predictions have become reality, many remain a fantasy. We still don’t own jetpacks after all. RetroFuture explores how we envisioned the future in the past, and how it shaped us today.

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Currently on view: Spacefarming

A burger made from cultured meat, milk from a robotic cow, or potatoes from space. Welcome to the world of the space farmer. Spacefarming takes a closer look at how we can grow our food differently in the future, or even on other planets.

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Currently on your smartphone: SWIPE!

Ever felt like you're missing a limb when you forget your phone? You're not alone. Our smartphone movie SWIPE explores the phone's impact on life. A visual ode to the gadget you can't live without!


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Meet the Boy who saved his Sister from a Moose attack with his Gaming Skills

Koert van Mensvoort

Norwegian gamer saved his sister from a moose attack with his gaming. He tells us how his experience with video games has shaped his life.

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Next Gen: Cleaning harmful oils with bacteria and Magali Mendez

Kelly van Gemert

Biodesigner Magali Mendez designed a house-hold kit with bacteria that can break down harmful oil molecules.

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Mindful Messaging

Koert van Mensvoort

How often do you send meaningless messages that only distract others? It's time for mindful messaging.

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