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Proposing Green Lifestyles
Present status of developing contries (unelectrified area in Zambia)
Only about 30% of people can use safe water, which is transported from wells, often taking many long hours. The electrification rate is only 3% and more than 60% of the people live on less than 2.5 dollars per day. There are only 12 doctors per 100,000 people and the medical care system is quite vulnerable.
Food and cooking
Lifestyle proposals for developing countries (unelectrified area in Zambia) for 2018: “Living Infrastructure Development” Model
Unelectrified regions are facing serious problems including difficulties in accessing safe water, chronic malnutrition and diseases, and lack of means for transportation and information access. Life opportunities such as medical care, education, employment and leisure time are provided by utilizing renewable energy, which will thus lay the found ation of their independence. We propose such a lifestyle that expands chances of life without destroying the rich diversity of nature.
For areas that are not electrified, people will have many more opportunities in their lives if they can use electricity. As a means to build the foundation for independence, we propose the use of mobile “life innovation containers,” where solar panels and other necessary equipment are installed to provide power for home electric appliances. We will introduce these containers to village hospitals, stores, and other community centers on an experimental basis.
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