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    • ENVISION THE CITY OF THE FUTURE TEAM DETAILS: BHASKAR KUMAR ANKIT LAKHOTIA MANU MANASWI KARAN JURIANI SURAJ KUMAR BOTHRA MANTHAN TOPIC: FUTURE CITIES
    • PROBLEM STATEMENT  30 people leave rural areas for urban areas every minute  70 percent of new jobs would be generated in cities by 2030.  49.7 crores to be added to the urban population by 2050.  Inadequate capapbilityof Rajiv Awas Yojana (RAY) and Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JnNURM)
    • ENSURING WORLD CLASS CIVIC AMENITIES IN URBAN INDIA On a global basis, congestion costs from travel delay and wasted fuel exceed $300 Billion On average travellers incur traffic delays in excess of 50 hours per year. Countries are losing an estimated 1.5% of their GDP due to traffic congestion.
    • HOUSING Incorporating greenery into architecture Going vertical to reduce urban sprawl Solar panels on every rooftop
    • SEWAGE AND SANITATION Rain Water Harvesting Greywater Harvesting is an innovative way to reduce water consumption used for irrigation. In this water from bathrooms, washing machines and kitchens are filtered through a progressive filtration technology and used for irrigation of gardens, parks etc.
    • TRANSPORTATION Flyovers at major junctions Use of Public Transport
    • JOBS Micro financing Tax exemption for startups Government to act as venture capitalists Check brain drain Organize workshops for unskilled labor Form special economic zones Promote exports Promote cooperatives societies in rural areas
    • IMPACT OF SOLUTION  More population can be accommodated in less area  Control of Global Warming  Efficient utilization of non-reneweable resources  More dependency on renewable resources like Solar and Wind energy  Efficient use of water  3 R’s- Renew, Recycle and Reuse
    • IMPACT OF SOLUTION  Less wastage of resources like Oil  Sustainable development  Economic Development  Social Welfare  Job creation  Improvement in standard of living  Would save Billions of dollars every year
    • CHALLENGES  Infrastructure  Capital  Corruption  Ineffectiveness of political system  Policy Paralysis  Time  Cost Benefit  Manual Labor  Technology
    • APPENDIX  Indian Institute for Human Settlements.(2011). Urban Dynamics  McKinsey Global Institute. (2010). India’s Urban Awakening: Building Inclusive Cities, Sustaining Economic Growth  Ghosh, J. (2011). Urban Challenge Frontline 28(17).