In our preferred future, the driving factors are family, education, economics, law & politics, and culture. There will be technology advances concerning the body, and pesticide use will decrease as people become more aware of dangers, and there are more alternatives available. There will be a movement away from the cemented ditches in Mililani and toward safer and more efficient methods, and school systems will become better and more efficient in this future, especially concerning education about the environment. The ‘Value of Hawaii’ game shows how components in our society interact including land, business, lifestyle, and government. In the game, lifestyle trumped business and land, land trumped lifestyle and business, government trumped lifestyle, land and business, and business trumped lifestyle and land. This helped show priorities and trends, and revealed interconnectivity. All of these categories have complicated interconnectivity, as seen in the ‘trumps,' and mirrors actual life and how our world works.