The Living Roof pod home captures the sun’s energy using a series of photovoltaic panels and stores it in battery cells.
Tiny wind turbines at each end ventilate the interior while generating electricity, and they also help funnel rain water, which is collected and purified for bathing and drinking use.
With the touch of a button, an outer ring rotates and the interior switches from a sleeping area to an office.
Airlifting, as suggested by Nau, requires big oil. Hopefully, if and when Living Roof is realized, electric or solar planes will be available to airlift the pods and cut down on transportation emissions.