Well, seeing as it's 2015 (a milestone in Earth 2100) I thought I'd take a moment to compare our modern world to the one predicted by the film.
Granted, we're only five months in, but still.
Dragonfly migration: There was one incident I can find, four years ago, but not really. I haven't noticed any reports of large insect migrations
from southern areas north, but I could be wrong.
Wave farm off Scotland: shut down two months after its opening in 2008.
Vatican city: "greenest city" with more solar panels than anywhere else apparently, but "totally solar"?
Soaring gas prices: not at all, in fact, it's way down. Blame it on the "Great Recession", I guess?
Rising food price protests: Rising prices, yes. Protests, no. Not in the US or Europe, as far as I can tell.
US population growth of 20 million: correct
Empty gas stations: no. Not yet, at any rate, and from the decreased use of fuel, probably not going to happen
Hottest summer on record: depends where you ask around. The
says it'll actually be cooler
than usual across most of the US, although Florida and the West Coast may be above-average.
Gas snatching: not with these low prices and low level of oil consumption.
Coal plants: no demand for them yet.
Superstorms: Sandy, I guess. Was it actually as horrible as predicted? Will the next one be? We'll see.
Climate Summit 2015: wait for November/December.
Did I miss anything or get anything wrong?