We're essentially a type 0 civilization, but we'll eventually become a type I. Type III civilizations command energy on a galactic scale.
Perhaps most important, we've learned to harness a portion of the planet's energy, but we still thirst for so much more power. Another is to recognise that, throughout the Anthropocene, technology has repeatedly been our trump card.
The net result would be a loss of the world's seawater by about 1. Perhaps we'll fail to mitigate the threat posed by asteroid and comet collisions. The primary astronomical drivers are a higher than normal orbital eccentricitya low axial tilt or obliquityand the alignment of summer solstice with the aphelion.
This in turn will decrease the level of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, as these weathering processes convert carbon dioxide gas into solid carbonates.
Mount Vesuvius can be expected to erupt about 40 times over the next 1, years. This rate of removal would be sufficient to counter the effects of increasing solar luminosity for the next two billion years.
At this point, any remaining life will be extinguished due to the extreme conditions. His favourite colour is dark green. This period would normally be expected to end in about 25, years. This process would start with the loss of freshwater species and conclude with invertebrates,  particularly those that do not depend on living plants such as termites or those near hydrothermal vents such as worms of the genus Riftia.
We've erected skyscrapers for the living and colossal tombs for the dead.