Ong Yong Xiang
In the next 100 years, I envision Malaysia to be a country that is sustainable, eco-friendly, and has little to no pollution. For sustainable food and living, Malaysians would each have a vertical garden in their homes. A vertical garden is a high technology farm that can grow various vegetables such as tomatoes and carrots on a vertically suspended panel instead of horizontally like a normal farm. There are many advantages of vertical farms because they use less space than normal farms.
Plastic has contributed to a lot of pollution and deaths of sea creatures in Malaysia. A hundred years from now, Malaysians will see the total ban of plastic to decrease pollution and prevent endangered species from going extinct. The government will slowly decrease the usage of plastic in shopping malls and other places year by year and finally totally ban the use of plastic.
Transportation will be different in a hundred years compared to today. More Malaysians will use public transportation and cars will be more eco-friendly. With the lesser use of fossil fuels, there will be little to no pollution.
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