My family, still, continued to live here. I wanted them to live a healthy life. After the dinner, I studied interactions between humanity and the environment, from past, present and future. The next day, I travelled to the government office.
I proposed to city officials. I compared Rolesdale to Kernel, and showed how Kernel had grown successful and sustainable. I outlined Kernel’s characteristics, which Rolesdale needed to follow to improve.
Rolesdale, for one, did not use green energy. Following the example of cities like Vancouver, Kernel focuses on renewable resources. It builds hydro dams, solar panels, and wind turbines. it invests and innovates for new, green energy sources- like drawing from bike pedalling, and compost. It regulates businesses, making sure factories are sustainable, and conserves energy- for example, by installing energy-conserving LED lights. Kernel can provide itself renewable, lasting energy...
Many cities, such as Curitiba, discourage the use of personal cars. Instead, they encourage public transits. Kernel builds huge public transport lines, all powered by electricity- metros, subways, and buses. It invests in magnetic trains, and more pollution-free transportation. It promotes walking and bicycling, and only allows citizen car use on certain days of the week. With less air pollution, disease levels are low, and Kernel’s life expectancy is high. Kernel’s transportation systems dissipate traffic jams, which were caused by excessive personal car use. As a result, the city is more efficient than other cities.