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Phase one: Virtualisation

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Businesses and operations on physical and virtual sites


New Market creation


Meritlands primarily aims at an emerging market that will shape future social patterns and affects global supply, demand, and economic activities.

The Kingdom of Meritlands (Meritlands) includes the essentials of a hybrid concept and serves as a blueprint to accumulate and mobilise resources.


Promoting The Host Country’s Brands

Life-Changing Experiences

Prioritising Civilisation

Global Human and Resource Management

Technology-Based Industrial and Trade Zones

Advanced International Real Estate

Reinventing Social Networking

Promoting Approved Services and Products

Sporting Activities, Virtual games and Actual Rewards​

Next Generation of Entertainment Services

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The Kingdom of Meritlands (Meritlands) includes the essentials to become a hybrid concept and a tool for accumulating and mobilising all kinds of resources. It comprises profitable businesses and non-profitable organisations on physical and virtual sites. It is one of our main projects right now and will be created in four phases. The project is in the marketing and host country selection stage. 

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Adventure and Exploration


Meritlands: An Introduction to Futuristic Cities

Archaic humans and other living species became extinct despite their minimal environmental impacts,

The cause of sudden demise of ancient societies was neither industrial pollution nor tampering with the environment. Hence, slowing down the pace of Earth’s natural resource usage and minimising  environmental degradation is a time-limited opportunity rather than a long-term solution. In addition, managing human and natural resources demands shifting our main attention from the environment to human civilisation which contains rationally protecting the environment to benefit from time and non-renewable resources including water (with no alternative) and increase civilisation's longevity until we either gain a foothold in a safe and resourceful habitable environment(s) or find a long-term and better solution. Furthermore, we must adopt and adapt technology to confront unavoidable challenges that humankind and societies face on an unreliable planet (Earth) in an unpredictable environment. One major step is decreasing ancient-style activities such as traditional shelters and society formation and hyper-dependency on Earth.

Consequently, urban planners play a critical role in managing resources and technology


Successful urbanisation is a costly essential approach in the long term, demanding careful consideration and valuable non-renewable resources considering several unsuccessful attempts.

Sir Ebenezer Howard (1850-1928) described a utopian city where residents live in harmony with nature. As an urban planner, he was the founder of the garden city movement, which inspired many housing development ventures in the UK around the first world war.

His imagination comprises a long central boulevard from Peking to Brussels, surrounded by woodland on either side. He began buying land on Madrid’s outskirts to test his concept. But land values became a hurdle, and the city’s expansion gradually swallowed his starting point.

Other urban planners and architects such as Mikhail Okhitovich and Le Corbusier’s linear city proposals inspired by convenience, aesthetics, mobility, colonial ambition and disurbanism became failures marking the end of the early version of advanced cities. Technological advances and environmental challenges enable humankind to put radical changes in urbanisation and resource management at the top of human civilisation’s priorities. As a result, digital artists and futuristic architects employed by ambitious individuals and institutions backed by big budgets are delivering Hollywood theme smart cities.

Arturo Soria y Mata  (1844-1920) was also a town planner. He first introduced the  concept of a linear city in Spain. He aimed to rationalise

rationalise urbanisation and a calculated expansion to connect cities rationally.

However, the feasibility has been overshadowed by a hasty conclusion and ignoring humankind’s main issues that stem from catastrophic events caused by humans and nature, such as extraterrestrial objects, competition over resources and sudden environmental changes.

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