By Ashley Maier
Detroit was once a booming city, but when the recession hit a couple years ago, the Motor City and its once thriving auto industry came to a halt. Though the auto industry has recovered, there are still many Michiganders looking for jobs and new opportunities. The good news is that many innovative new businesses are helping diversify the area and bring a new energy to the city.
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In 2147 Trivandrum, Kerala, India was destroyed by a catastrophic monsoon storm which flooded the city. In the preceding years, changes in weather increased the severity of monsoons, bringing over 50 billion gallons of precipitation into Trivandrum annually. Due to over-population, more natural land was used for buildings and roads creating excessive stormwater runoff. Instead of filtering into natural aquifers, the water flooded the city, collecting pollution and emptying it into the Indian Ocean. The depleted aquifer created water shortages during drought season.
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