With everyday increasing population, land or space available for habitation is becoming scarce.The mighty skyscraper and concreted land as far as one can see. Also about 50% population is slowly moving towards urban cities for dwelling, which is resulting in the declination of available spaces to accommodate every person.Read More
Also with the uneven distribution of population in the various parts of the city, the problem of global climate change is also becoming severe. Along with the rapid increase in population, there is a speedy growth in pollution too resulting in various catastrophes.
The day-to-day uses of various resources and equipment results in the emission of poisonous gases causing climate change. We have witnessed mighty wildfires in the recent times. With the ever increasing atmospheric temperature, there is an increasing need of such structures that affects least to the atmosphere and is Eco-friendly.
Various methods such as Rain water harvesting, usage of solar panels, using natural elements as much as possible such as wind, natural light, rain, vegetation. Currently, In many regions of Australia , New Zealand etc have adopted to a newer housing system known as Tiny house Project.
Large number of people from various states have started adopting to this method of housing which consists of usage of natural light, solar panels, compost toilets, lesser area covered by houses, mobile houses, use of wooden components for construction of houses, preserving rain water, etc. It has helped people to adopt a newer and a more economic as well as Eco-friendly way of living in their desired habitat. On the other hand in countries like India, China, one can witness kilometres of land covered by concrete. A very smaller part of earth is left exposed to the people residing in such countries or cities.
There is a rising need of more sustainable and Eco-friendly structures that would have minimal effects on the environment. Efforts and emphasis have to be made more towards promoting an Eco-friendly mindset before executing any such activities. More emphasis should be laid on minimal waste production, following the concept of Recycle, Reduce and Reuse.
If not, soon the whole of the planet will be covered in concrete and causing various unexpected and unwanted catastrophes in coming years.