Plans and goalsEdit
- NASA plans to execute a crewed mission to Mars between 2031 and 2035.
- Targets of the goals of the United Nations' 2030 Agenda are set to 2030.
- A number of climate-related goals from COP26 are for 2030:
- The Glasgow Climate Pact aims to "[reduce] global carbon dioxide emissions by 55 per cent by 2030 relative to the 2010 level". However, based on existing pledges the emissions in the year 2030 will be 14% higher than in 2010.
- More than 100 countries pledged to reverse deforestation.
- India plans to draw half of its energy requirement from renewable sources.
- China aims to peak CO2 emissions before 2030.
- The 2030 Climate Target Plan of the EU aims to cut greenhouse gas emissions by at least 55% by 2030. The European Commission made proposals in July 2021 for how to achieve this goal.
- The international community, including the United Nations, World Bank, and United States, have set the goal of completely eradicating extreme poverty by 2030. Noting a significant decline in extreme poverty since 1990, the World Bank has noted that the end of extreme poverty is in sight and pledged to cut it down to at most 3% of the world's population by this time.
- The World Health Organization and UNICEF have set a goal for universal access to basic sanitation by 2030.
- The United Nations has made it a goal that Internet access and literacy will be universal by 2030.
- The World Bank has called for all countries to implement universal health care by this time.
- Saudi Vision 2030
- Melbourne 2030
- Egypt Vision 2030
- Deployment of 6G mobile networks
- New petrol and diesel cars will be banned from sale in the UK.
- More than half of car sales in the US are expected to be of electric vehicles.
- Masdar City in Abu Dhabi, UAE, is expected to be completed by 2030.
- The 2030 Asian Games are scheduled to be held in Doha.
- The 2030 FIFA World Cup will be held.
- ATHENA (Advanced Telescope for High Energy Astrophysics), which is an X-ray observatory, is planned to launch this year.
- NASA plans to deorbit the International Space Station in January of this year, directing any unbroken remnants into the South Pacific Ocean.
- The 2031 Rugby World Cup will be held in the United States.
- 10 December: If still alive and reigning on this date, Margrethe II of Denmark will surpass Christian IV to become the longest-reigning Danish monarch.
- 13 January: Microsoft has set the end of support date for the one of the last remaining versions of Windows 10, IoT Enterprise LTSC 2021.
- 4 February: Assuming the 1996 revival of Chicago is still open on that date, it will surpass The Phantom of the Opera as the longest-running Broadway show since Phantom will close on 16 April 2023.
- May 24: Uvalde will honor the 10th Anniversary of the Robb Elementary School shooting that took place a decade ago.
- 23 July–8 August: The 2032 Summer Olympics is expected to take place in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.
- 18 May: at 03:33:20 (UTC), Unix time will equal 2.000.000.000 seconds.
- The planned final phase of the UK's High Speed 2 rail link is scheduled to be completed.
- A Jubilee will be held in the Catholic Church, in this case, 2,000 years after the traditional year of Jesus' death and resurrection.
- The 2033 women's Rugby World Cup will be held in the United States.
- As of 2011, Switzerland is scheduled to phase out the last of its nuclear power plants.
- The European Space Agency may launch the Laser Interferometer Space Antenna.
- Tetris will celebrate its 50th Anniversary.
- Transport for London aims for all of its buses to be zero-emission.
- ODINUS may be launched on a mission to explore Uranus and Neptune.
- The 2034 Asian Games are scheduled to be held in Riyadh.
- The 2034 FIFA World Cup will be held.
- 8 January: Near-Earth object 2002 AY1 will make a close approach to Earth.
- The US State of California will require all car sales be zero-emission vehicles by this year.
- ITER is expected to achieve full fusion in 2035.
- On 7 February, the 64-bit timestamps used by NTP, which consist of a 32-bit part for seconds and a 32-bit part for fractional seconds that gives a time scale that rolls over every 232 seconds (136 years) and a theoretical resolution of 2−32 seconds (233 picoseconds), and due to the fact that the NTP uses an epoch of 1 January 1900, will cause the first roll over to occur in this year.
- The United States military's lease on the island of Diego Garcia, part of the British Indian Ocean Territory, will expire if it is not renewed.
- Certain documents relating to Queen Consort Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon's wishes to preserve a monarchy if Germany occupied the UK in World War II are to be released from the Royal Archives.
- The Oxford English Dictionary is expected to publish its completed revised third edition.
- A fourth image of the supernova AT 2016jka is expected to appear around distant galaxy MRG-M0138 due to gravitational lensing.
- 19 January: Any computer systems still measuring time with signed 32-bit Unix time will fail on account of the year 2038 problem.
- 12 April: Documents related to the NSA's PRISM program are to be declassified by the U.S. Government.
- 25 April: Easter will occur on its latest possible date. The last time this occurred was in 1943 and, after 2038, the next time it will occur will be in 2190.
- 26 December: A total solar eclipse will occur in the Southern Hemisphere. It will start in the southern Indian Ocean, will cross Australia and New Zealand and it will end in the southern Pacific Ocean.
- The 2038 FIFA World Cup will be held.
- 1 September: 100 years since the invasion of Poland, which marked the start of World War II.
- 2 September: The destroyers-for-bases deal's 99-year rent-free leases to the U.S. by the U.K. will expire.
- 19 September: A time capsule from K-pop supergroup BTS is set to be opened on the 20th Youth Day celebrations in South Korea.
- 15 December: Total solar eclipse over Antarctica.
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