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The 2030s (pronounced "twenty-thirties"; shortened to the '30s) is the next decade in the Gregorian calendar that is expected to begin on 1 January 2030, and end on 31 December 2039.
Plans and goals
- 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
- Egypt Vision 2030
- New petrol and diesel cars will be banned from sale in the UK.
- The 2030 FIFA World Cup will be held.
- NASA plans to deorbit the International Space Station in January of this year, directing any unbroken remnants into Point Nemo in the South Pacific Ocean.
- The 2031 Rugby World Cup will be held in the United States.
- 23 July–8 August: The 2032 Summer Olympics is expected to take place in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.
- The 2033 women's Rugby World Cup will be held in the United States.
- The 2034 FIFA World Cup will be held.
- 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.
- The Oxford English Dictionary is expected to publish its completed revised third edition.
- 19 January: Any computer systems still measuring time with signed 32-bit Unix time will fail on account of the year 2038 problem.
- The 2038 FIFA World Cup will be held.
- 2 September: The destroyers-for-bases deal's 99-year rent-free leases to the U.S. by the U.K. will expire.
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