Reserves of fresh water have increased by so much that urbanists have finally decided to use this opportunity to turn Moroccan cities into desert oases.
The “Urban Garden” program has been launched at the state level: All architects are required to include in their projects green areas around houses, on roofs, and even on individual floors — all open horizontal surfaces. Existing buildings get high-rise gardens planted at government expense. The whole square area of city parks and gardens will considerably increase. The south faces of many buildings are used to grow vegetables in large quantities.
Freshwater is used wisely — all trajectories and watering modes are calculated and managed by a smart system.