A chatting journey with economics and photography
Tomorrow‘s world is shaped by today‘s actions. That‘s why it is so important to think about the future. It helps us to see the present more clearly. It helps us to make good decisions in the present.
How should we act today to live in a better world tomorrow? This is the central question of an almost daily dialogue between a strolling Economist and an accidental Photographer here on Walk On, written by me, Johannes Eber, an economic writer from Berlin, Germany, with a penchant for photography and walking.
In doing so, I look at major issues such as climate change as well as personal topics such as raising children or health. Everything that economics knows about our future is discussed here. I firmly believe that this is the most important thing we can do. Because the future is not something we enter. The future is something we create.