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1 August 2011
A sustainable city should be a city where everyone is happy, healthy, wealthy and wise. Only a city that is free from pollution, noise, and stress and which is designed as a holistic structure in harmony with natural law, where individual life is flowing with the evolutionary stream of energy and intelligence, is really sustainable—sustainable both for the environment and also with reference to individual life. This means such a city is essentially free from problems, crime, and suffering.
Vision of a Maharishi Vedic Garden City—Organic, Self-sufficient, and Sustainable
Current technology allows various degrees of self-sufficient buildings, up to being 'zero bill'—i.e., self sufficient for all utilities with zero utility bills after construction. It also allows precise implementation of all principles of Maharishi Vedic architecture. Such buildings are the units of a truly sustainable city.
Sustainable cities, composed of buildings designed from the ground up to be completely self-sufficient and in harmony with natural law, are sustainable in terms of their basic requirements—water, energy, food, and waste treatment—and also contribute to the health and well-being of residents.
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