The global fossil fuel reserves are bound to go extinct by the end of the century. Electricity does offer a faint hope that our lives won’t be stranded once that happens. However, the cost of electricity and the time batteries’ need for a complete charge would definitely put an end to the last minute scuttle to a cinema hall or even to a supermarket. The best way to prevent the civilization from going back to the Stone Age is to make use of human power. Rizki Tarisa, an Industrial Design student, has developed a human powered 3-wheeled machine he calls ‘Scootah.’ Scootah is a sustainable kick-scooter that has been made from material salvaged from a junkyard. -Its design and looks can easily be mistaken as regular adult push scooters or kick scooters. Materials used are intelligently put together to achieve a aesthetic look and operational feasibility. Tarisa has made use of everything from an Ethernet cable to a paper punch to develop the body of the Scootah, which runs on nothing other than pure and simple ‘Human Power.’ The Sustainable Kick Scooter even brings in good news for those who fears parking their Futuristic vehicles out in the open, as its neck can be adjusted to convert it to a trendy looking trolley.