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Today’s Solutions: July 16, 2024

The Indian state of Andhra Pradesh plans to revolutionize the concept of what the modern city will look like. The local government is completely redesigning its capital to include large shaded walkways to encourage people to walk more, plentiful green spaces, widespread use of renewable energy, and a well-functioning transport infrastructure. The project is estimated to be finished within 25 years and represents a promising effort in dealing with the growing problem of rapid urbanization.

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