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This is the year 2040. To curb the effects of global warming and to conserve energy, Geo cities are on a rise. Cities where people think progressively and make choices in their daily life that help preserve mother nature for future generations. Rithwik, a 11 year old kid lives in one of those many residential towers in the city. The outer walls of his tower are covered with a species of green Algae that helps clean the pollutants from the urban air also generate clean energy through the process of photosynthesis.
Rithwik woke up this morning to get ready for school. As Rithwik gets ready and walks into the smart kitchen to have his breakfast, he is joined by his younger sister, Jayanthika. All the rooms are run by smart appliances powered by electricity generated from solar panels mounted on these towers that conserve energy.
Rithwik and his sister prefer to take public transit to reach their school, as they reduce carbon footprint. The bus is run on power generated from wind mills located on the borders of Geo city that convert wind energy into electrical energy. He is joined by some of his school mates.
During the lunch recess, Rithwik is joined by his friends in the cafeteria. The food that is served in the school cafe is grown in community organic farms. The vegetables are grown on roof tops of the residential buildings and in public gardens. This is to reduce deforestation for agricultural farm lands and to efficiently use urban spaces for growing fresh produce.
After lunch, their teacher took Rithwik and his class mates to one of many green houses in the Geo City and explained to them the prominence of conservation of water in agriculture.
As the day ends, Rithwik comes back home and shares his day's experiences with his parents and sister at the dinner table. With the current path the humanity is in, it is high time the children of today's generation are taught, the importance of sustenance. "Today's children are tomorrow's future."
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