In a world plagued by pollution and greed, humanity begins its search for a new home and new possibilities in space.
Yale Universities Environmental Performance Index (http://epi.yale.edu) is a system that awards countries a score based on factors that include climate, energy, biodiversity and agriculture. Countries that rank higher on the index are awarded larger and more valuable portions of Mars. This is an incentive to make conscious environmental decisions on Earth and an assurance that the future of Mars will be well protected by those with good environmental intentions.
Ice is recognised as a vital asset in the development of humanity in space. The globe shows accurate geographical representations of both surface and subterranean ice. This is considered in the allocation of land in conjunction with Yale universities ‘EPI’ statistics.