Climate change is a reality. Demographic trends and economic growth outlooks, particularly in parts of Africa and Asia point at acceleration of global warming. Climate-related extremes ,especially floods and droughts, are increasing in frequency and intensity affecting livelihoods and the economy. Today, water and climate related risks affect decisions on where and how companies invest and operate, whereto people migrate, where governments and investors buy land, and on how to use the land. New and innovative solutions and approaches such as circular economies, smart cities, building with nature, and more efficient and sustainable use of energy, land and water are being tried to face the challenges and make risks manageable. In this process of transformation, collective efforts to deal with future under different scenarios are essential. As such it important to think and share thoughts and insights about what might happen in order to try and deal strategically with uncertainties and risks.