More than 11.000 Europeans from nine countries were asked about their views of the future in eight different fields (from future of work or integration up to future of consumption or education). The results prove that people have many fears - e.g. old age, poverty, rising costs of everyday goods or increasing crime. But the representative study also shows that the future can be bright: less working hours, most trash will be recycled and more women in leading positions. Together with other future scientists the BAT foundation will present the results from different perspectives and give first hand information on how the Europeans see the future.