Pacific Coast

Inland West

Great Plains

Great Lakes

Gulf Coast

Southeast Mnfg Belt

Great Northeast


The United Megaregions of America

After a few centuries of ignoring our planet, humankind finally realizes the importance of actually paying attention to the environment. Natural disasters became commonplace and the Green Party suddenly became the leading political force. In 2022 it won the New Era elections with 85% vote count and began a big new project to save the planet starting with America.

All seven mega-regions declared themselves as Nature-First Societies. Big part of the new lifestyle’s propaganda is the new design system that is based on natural wonders and ecosystems of each of the regions.

The Pacific Coast

Home to rugged coast lines and vibrant biodiversity, the Pacific Coast is the where the contiguous Western United States meets the North Pacific Ocean. Topographically the Pacific Coast is know for its impressive mountain ranges as well as its varied coastal environments. In terms of renewable energy, wind, solar, and hydroelectric are its largest sources of energy.

The Inland West

Characterized by its striking alpine environments as well as its vast desert and canyon lands, the Inland West is a distinct for its arid climate as well as its visually stunning topography. The Inland West is rich in solar and geothermal energy.

The Great Plains

Rolling grasslands as far the eye can see: the Great Plains have always been majestic and yet beautiful. Home to an impressive degree of biodiversity and one of the largest herds of bison in the world, the Great Plains are an important Megaregion in terms of productivity and infrastructure. Its largest sources of energy are wind and biomass.

The Great Lakes

These impressive bodies of water are home to a remarkable number of species, many of which are in recovery, as well as larger mammals. The shockingly extreme seasons do not deter vibrant biodiversity. The impressive abundance of water as well as the intense weather both aid in energy production, with wind and hydroelectric being the regions top energy sources.

The Gulf Coast

Home to fine, white sandy beaches and warm ocean waters, the Gulf Coast also has remarkable and ever-improving biodiversity. Home to miles and miles of mangroves, the Gulf Coast is bouncing back after decades of extreme weather and subsequent destruction. Solar and Wind are its largest sources of energy.

The Southeast Manufacturing Belt

Hot and humid as well as lush and diverse, the SE Manufacturing belt is home to a rich array of flora and fauna as well as a tendency for extreme weather. Taking advantage of its windy weather conditions and abundance of sun, the Southeast Manufacturing districts largest source of energy is Solar and Wind.

The Great Northeast

Distinct Seasons and magnificent topography define the Great Northeast. Home to miles and miles of wild, dense, forests and impressive coast lines the Great Northeast is defined by its majesty and rugged landscapes. Wind and biomass are the two leading sources of energy.

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