A sustainable solution that we can create to feed our growing population is sustainable farming of types of plants, for example kelp. Kelp farming is a sustainable solution because you can mass farm it in the ocean and in doing so, it oxidizes the ocean water, which helps the climate because there is too much carbon dioxide in the ocean, which is bad for most animals with shells, because high levels of carbon dioxide weakens their shells. Aside from oxidizing the ocean, kelp is a extremely fast growing plant that reaches harvest within one or two months or so, and requires no taking care of after sowing the seeds. The benefits of kelp and other sustainable plants are one of the many things that I learned through the whole process of making a pitch then presenting to people at the exhibition. Some other things that I learned are what I feel like important presenting skills. One of them is lasting eye contact, which was once something I struggled with but now after multiple pitches and the exhibition I have found myself being able to comfortably make eye contact with strangers as I talk about my project. Another thing I improved was the ability to “freestyle” when presenting and not using any notecards, in fact, I find this way of presenting much better then using a draft or notecards because I feel like I involve the audience more. Aside from that, considering my scifi story, I think that humanity can go in two ways; either we start changing now, and the world has once again become sustainable, or like Stephen Hawking predicted, we will run out of all resources in 50-60 years and the apocalypse will come. Overall I think that this unit largely helped out with my oral presentations skill, along with many other things.