Marc Lore, the former president of Walmart U.S., has revealed plans for a $400 billion city in the US desert that will be powered by renewable energy and have no poverty.
Billionaires like Jeff Bezos and Sir Richard Branson are pioneers who have been to other planets. Marc Lore, the former CEO of Walmart, is another billionaire who wants to build Telosa, a new metropolis in the American desert. The city would be worth $400 billion. Its design would be environmentally beneficial, with renewable energy generation and a drought-resistant water system. That would go a long way toward resolving the world’s problems with climate change. In recent years, these events have become more common, resulting in infrastructural damage, habitat loss, and fatalities.
According to USA Today, the city would be free of cars that rely on fossil fuels. People would travel on bicycles, rely on slow-moving autonomous vehicles, or walk. With no harmful fumes to damage the environment, travel would be more enjoyable. Telosa would be home to approximately 5 million people, and renewable energy would reign supreme. Climate change is expected to impact almost 1 billion people by 2050, according to a study, and the aim is to welcome inhabitants to the city by 2030. Its surrounds would be perfect, appealing to all people, and worthy of the title of Utopia. A coronavirus has struck tourism in New York City hard, and recovery will take time.
Telosa’s ideal city is located at this location.
Marc Lore must choose one of America’s numerous deserts as the location for his ideal metropolis.
Nevada, Utah, Idaho, Arizona, Texas, and the Appalachian area are all possibilities. He wants to establish a new paradigm for a society that prioritizes environmental preservation. He aspires to offer a higher standard of living as well as greater possibilities. Those who choose to live in Telosa, according to the millionaire, will be proud of their choice.
The visionary, Marc Lore, claims that the ideal city Telosa would be a source of pride for all of its citizens. Lore also wants famous architects Bjarke Ingels Group BIG to build the city, according to USA Today. It would include a massive tower that would serve as a beacon for the city. The Equitism Tower would be its name. For starters, there would be enough space for 50,000 people to live on 1,500 acres.
The residents of New York City were forced to conserve energy due to the heat wave.
Telosa is a brand-new city in the United States.
Telosa, according to CNN, is a new American metropolis on the rise. It is described by billionaire Marc Lore as a metropolis as clean as Tokyo, varied as New York, and with the social services of Stockholm. He is a former Walmart CEO who commissioned a world-renowned architect to build it. In the American desert, he intends to construct Telosa, a sustainable city. This would be a “future city.” Cities nowadays must contend with climate disasters such as heat waves, wildfires, floods, and so on. People’s life are disrupted by them. In January, New York City was hit by a winter storm that dumped up to six inches of snow on the city.
This isn’t the first time the architects have designed a new metropolis.
CNN continues by saying Telosa is not Bjarke Ingels Group’s first new city design. It has worked on a number of significant projects, including the construction of a ski slope on top of a power station in Copenhagen. Google’s new offices in London and California were also co-designed by the architects. Toyota recently announced in January 2020 that it has commissioned the company to develop a master plan for a new metropolis. The city is located in the slopes of Mount Fuji. With autonomous car testing, smart technology, and robot-assisted living, it would be another another futuristic metropolis. This Japanese city, with a population of 2,000 people, would be unlike Telosa, which has a considerably larger population. When it comes to the future of transportation, air taxis will be a prominent form of urban transit. Another billionaire, Elon Musk, wants to populate Mars, where another metropolis might emerge.
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