There is a great need for real estate developers in Hyderabad to channel their focus towards the construction of ecofriendly homes in the city. Already the city is growing vastly with billions of dollars flowing into the economy of the city from overseas investors, what is needed to truly transform Hyderabad into a top IT destination is for a large number of homes in the city to have homes and offices which are more harmonious with their surroundings. Fossil fuels are being depleted at a rapid rate and burning them is already known to be harmful to the environment and to human beings as well. By developing property in Hyderabad which uses resources more efficiently and with a benign disposition towards the environment, Hyderabad can vastly improve the quality of its citizen’s lives. Such a project is unlikely to be inexpensive rather it shall require a great deal of investment, however after its successful completion real estate in Hyderabad shall never be the same.
The reason why Hyderabad may be right city to carry out such a pilot project is simply that it may be just large enough to have a noticeable effect upon pollution levels in the country and small enough as yet to be converted into the first ecofriendly metro in the country. Already the leaders of Hyderabad have shown great initiative taking bold steps to turn their city from a second tier IT destination into one snapping upon the heels of older better established IT destinations. By embracing change which shall further propel the city decades ahead of others in the country, Hyderabad could be a showpiece for the nation if not the world.
Converting the city of Hyderabad into an entirely ecofriendly city means a great deal of investment, far more than the city’s coffers have to offer, however such a change is not only beneficial but rather essential as time passes and fossil fuels levels increasingly become depleted. Already many top publications point out that in perhaps fifty years oil reserves may be depleted to dangerously low levels, the need for ecofriendly cities is not to be a gimmick or a sideshow but rather an essential need which if fulfilled sooner rather than later shall allow for a smoother transition from an industrial economy to a more ecofriendly one. All projects in Hyderabad may be gradually transformed to store and disseminate energy from renewable sources such as the sun and wind turbines. Perhaps luxury apartments in Hyderabad need to see such changes first as the relatively affluent and better educated residents of such homes may be more eager to embrace positive changes which they can be proud to share with their grandchildren in the future.
The need of the hour is better and more efficient management of the thousands of tons of waste which humanity collectively excretes into the environment, such efforts may seem only fashionable today yet within less than a decade the need for such homes and buildings may seem urgent. With nearly seven billion human beings on earth today and with our numbers growing rapidly, better management of resources as well as conservation of resources which we intend to use more effectively in the future is needed. Though the need for much of this change is today looked upon with lighthearted frivolity, once drastic changes begin to occur in regions of the world, making flats in Hyderabad dependent upon fossil fuels today may seem as foolhardy as allowing the East India Company the right trade freely does today.