The future is green
Green City is a vision of a sustainable future for our cities, where people and the planet can coexist in harmony. It is an important goal that has grown in popularity as people have begun to realize that our way of living and consuming has a direct impact on the environment and climate. Green City, however, is more than just an idea - it is a commitment that we can all take on. When it comes to creating a sustainable future, it is important to engage even the youngest members of our society. In the end, they are our future.
What is Green City?
Green City is a term used to describe a city that strives to minimize its negative impact on the environment while promoting a sustainable lifestyle for its residents. A green city is a city designed to reduce its energy consumption, reduce its carbon emissions, increase its green spaces, improve its air and water quality, and promote a sustainable and healthy lifestyle.
Green cities focus on reducing their dependence on fossil fuels and instead using renewable energy sources such as wind and solar energy. These cities also have developed public transportation, making it easier for residents to travel without using their cars, reducing traffic congestion and air pollution.
With the help of a green city, it is also easy for residents to live a healthy lifestyle. Thanks to its bike lanes and pedestrian paths, it is easy for residents to get to work or school by walking, cycling or jogging. This helps to promote an active lifestyle that is good for both body and soul.
Kid's Concept believes in a green future and wants to inspire children to think about the environment from an early age. We therefore create toys with a thought towards a sustainable future. Together, we can normalize smartly designed cities and be kind to our planet.
Enter the modern city of Aiden - inspired by green city projects all over the world. The electrical power is generated both from the solar panels and windmills that give the city all the energy needed. Let green fields and trees grow combined with the simplicity of cubic shaped houses. You can either place the large houses as high-rise buildings or use them as low rises. Combine and place the green and white plates between the blocks to get balconies, roads, or all green parkways. Start a cultivating area on the white balcony - and pretend to grow your veggies from home. The box contains five large houses, five small houses, three birch trees, five pine trees, and one wind turbine. One green "bush", one natural factory roof, two grass/corner pieces, six grass parkways, four white balconies or roads, and three water pieces.