On the one hand, driving SUVs and booking long-distance travel, on the other hand, buying regional fruit and vegetables as unpackaged as possible: Numerous opposing trends can be identified in German society. In the "Trend Radar" project, the IZT used futurology methods to identify the most relevant trends influencing the global climate and resource consumption. Scientists then evaluated these trends in more detail with regard to their positive or negative effects on resource and climate protection. Based on this, relevant political measures were identified and described and evaluated in terms of their effects. The trends and measures were also reflected on a milieu-specific basis. Workshops, focus groups and online communities were used for this purpose.