Smart Environment

A smart environment refers to an attractive, natural environment with no pollution. Importance has been given to the carbon footprint and the natural resources available. There should be greenery in almost every part of the city, which should have a waste management system as well as natural resource management. The city should also have a system to protect the existing greenery of the city from any external factor.

Smart Living

Smart living is characterized by diverse cultural facilities available to all kinds of religions, whether they belong to major or minor communities. World-class education facilities will be provided by establishing world-class colleges and universities. Smart living should also include tourist attractions as well as a world-class hospital with all the latest technology-enabled devices and equipment to ensure that residents have healthy lives. Good quality housing as well as social cohesion will be provided to the citizens of the city.

 
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