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Ecological redesigning

Updated: May 23, 2021

If anything, this pandemic has taught us, is that making progress by leaps and bounds in trade, technology, and medical sciences is not enough. And no, we don't need bigger cities, broader roads, wider streets with multiple lanes for a smoother flow of traffic, larger parking spaces, more malls or airports (to be enough).

We need an 'ecological collaboration' to preserve and improve the quality of life and yet, be economically, technologically, and medically fit. We need to redesign our cities, towns, and streets and make them 'exceptionally green' and reduce the use of vehicles by half, by walking or cycling our way to nearby places, by converting parking lanes into tunnels of trees and pedestrian paths, to reduce pollution and improve air quality.

To achieve this goal, people and governments must come together and work collaboratively, which may or may not require a huge budget but, it does require a pure intent to make the Earth a better, safer, and greener place to live.


Himanshi Gupta
Himanshi Gupta
May 19, 2021

Very rightly said, ma'am and in future we should now proceed with this thinking so that we do not have to face the same problem again.


Mohit Jain
Mohit Jain
May 04, 2021

Surely a nice thought.

Present state is that of entropy.

Walking, pedal cycles, battery powered cycles and even skate boards are used in some European cities as a way to commute. Example, Barcelona.

Clean public conveyance (like Delhi Metro) and greater use of Electric Vehicles is another thrust area that can decongest the roads and keep environment green.

Above are some pragmatic ideas that can prevent further descent into dystopia and put us on the path towards our cherished utopia!!



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