The biodiversity of our nature is strongly declining. We know it’s no good to throw all our rubbish away in nature and we also know we can not live without the nature at this moment. But what about the future? Will we be able to live without it, or will we be able to copy the environment of the nature? Will there be deserts in Spain, due to the global warming and in Brazil where there used to be rainforests? Will the animals that are living on our world still be living here, or will there just be some kind of holograms hanging above us? Will there still be parks in the cities?
Problems and solutions
There are certainly a lot of issues about the environment of our world. But is every issue a problem? Climate changes, for instance, have been going on for decades. It’s not the Co2 that is changing the climate, but it is taking away our oxygen. If all the nature disappears we wont have any oxygen left. That’s why nature is so important.
Another issue is that all these people need water. You might think there’s water enough, but we can’t drink seawater. Instead of giving people our fresh and clean water, we go and make our products with it. There are hardly any products that aren’t made with water. A solution could be using the seawater for that. But using this water isn’t that safe either.
Every day, the average person inhales about 20,000 litres of air. Every time we breathe, we risk inhaling dangerous chemicals that have found their way into the air. Forest fires, volcanic eruptions, wind erosion, pollen dispersal, evaporation of organic compounds, and natural radioactivity are all among the natural causes of air pollution. These don’t form a major threat to human health or ecosystem. Burning fuels is one of the biggest problem caused by humans that pollutes the air. Diseases such as bronchitis, lung cancer, and heart disease may all eventually appear in people exposed to air pollution. Input control involves preventing a problem before it occurs, or at least limiting the effects the process will produce. Five major input control methods exist. People may try to restrict population growth, use less energy, improve energy efficiency, reduce waste, and move to non-polluting renewable forms of energy production.
Not only we, the humans, need water and oxygen, but what about the animals? There are more animals on this planet then human beings. Yet we want more space to live and more luxuries and so on. Will we drive those animals from there nature, from there homes? We can create their old living area in the pyramid city. They will have their own floor. Which has a jungle or desert, depending on the animal kind. They can’t see us but we can sea them. There are no walls for the animals, but for us there are the ground moves in a particular way so they can go where ever they want, for hunting and drinking. It could be as big as Serengeti. Of course those animals can’t be touched. So for the children and other animal lovers there will be pet holograms. The great thins about that is that you don’t have feed them and you can choose what ever animal you want. It feels just like a real pet and is just as nice.
What do we do if we want a bit of quietness? Well we go to the parks of course. As soon as you enter them you’ll be out of the business of the city. Just the sound of a nice river floating by and children playing. There will also be sport fields around, but you won’t be able to hear all the yelling and screaming of those people in the park.