A. What is the geography of this utopian place? What are the major geographical features (bodies of water, mountains, canyons, etc.)? What does this place look like?

My utopia is completely flat except for one big hill by the village where the villagers can go to escape if the river floods. All of the mountains have eroded into sediment. New mountains are forming very slowly. The oceans are still the same except they may be a couple feet taller or wider. There are rivers and streams also.

B. What natural resources, if any, are available? How will they be used?

There are no natural resources such as any chemicals like iron and oil. Those have all been used up. The land is fertile so that the villagers can grow crops.

C. Is the climate suitable for agriculture? If so, what crops will be
cultivated? Please make reference to population statistics for
feasibility calculation.

The climate is suitable for agriculture. That is how they will make money. Many crops will be grown such as potatos, corn, tomatos, wheat, lettuce, and all kinds of fruits and vegetables. The farmers will grow enough crops to feed the population of Linpurus. They will probably plant more crops than they need so that they can still eat if the crop fails or so they can have extra food for a potential population boom.

D. How are jobs determined? What percentage of the workforce is
dedicated to the survival and growth of the Utopia?

Jobs are determined by what an individual is best at. Example: If I am really good at teaching social studies and I know a lot about it, I will probably be a Social Studies teacher. All of the workforce is dedicated to the survival and the growth of the society.

E. Is this Utopia notable for any particular crop (e.g. silk, kiwi fruit) or
industry (e.g. postage stamps, fine furniture)?


F. What, if anything, is imported? From whom?

Nothing is imported.

G. What, if anything, is exported? To whom?

Nothing is exported.