Religion Is A Must… (2073)

Open religion to everyone but must find a house of worship.

-All religions must accept any member regardless of gender, age or wealth

-Can not get involved in government.

Water Harvester Revolutionizes “New America” (2072)

Scientists have developed a water harvester built at MIT with MOFs from UC Berkeley. Using only sunlight, the harvester can pull liters of water from low-humidity air over a 12-hour period. Credit: MIT / laboratory of Evelyn Wang.

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No More Handouts? (2071)

Even though self-sustainability was always encouraged, residents are now starting to take part in this plan as handouts start to minimize due to lack of resources in the area. Families begin to overuse their 6×6 gardens to keep food on the table as well as finding different methods to stay self-sufficient in the household, preventing depletion of goods in the future.

Housing for Refugees (2071)

“Home is where the heart is.” Home is an important place, symbolizing what we love and the people that live in it, unless it’s a house full of strangers. Shared housing becomes a norm in New Pangaea as homes become limited due to overpopulation. Residents seeking shelter now split utilities as they become “roommates” with other families within the New Pangaea walls.

Sea Wall Construction Begins in Middle America (2070)

Sea wall construction begins to keep out rising water & refugees not on wait list. A wait list is created for refugees. Too many people seek refuge in inner states but their is not enough resources for everyone.

Japan Great Sea Wall

In this March 5, 2015 photo, workers build sea walls in Rikuzentakata, Iwate Prefecture, northeastern Japan. Four years after a towering tsunami ravaged much of Japan’s northeastern coast, efforts to fend off future disasters are focusing on a nearly 400-kilometer (250 mile) chain of cement sea walls, at places nearly five stories high. (AP Photo/Eugene Hoshiko)



How to grow food in your government issued 6×6 raised garden: (2070)

1. The bed will be filled with good-quality potting soil or compost. Just rake the
surface smooth and level. Remove any rocks or debris.
2. Plants in raised beds may be spaced a little closer together because fertilizer
and manure can be concentrated in the small gardening area.
3. Plant lettuce by poking holes in the soil with your finger at 6" intervals, and
sprinkle a few seeds into each hole. Once the seeds germinate, thin to one
seedling per hole.
4. You can also broadcast seeds over the surface of the raised bed. If you plant
carrots, apply fine-textured potting soil over the top of the seeds. Carrots will
attract some species of butterflies to your raised beds.
5. Cucumbers may be planted along the edge of the raised bed, where they can
trail over the side.
6. Water the garden well immediately after planting.
7.Raised gardens that are left abandoned will be given to another family so make
sure to pay close attention to your garden.