My first two chapters set the stage for the disparity between the caste of people (rich/powerful and poor/losing social power). This disparity becomes a driving force for my protagonist and the reason I open with it. Chapter 1 sets a short term problem (spanning a number of chapters, with lasting effects on the novel), chapter 2 resolves a short term problem started in chapter 1. In that time, I used more dialog and action to show the setting. Now I need to use narration to further the world building in chapter 3. World building that demonstrates the physical changes to that has happened to the Earth, over the last two hundred years. (Changes that aren’t earth shattering, but important so that they do not need to break up the action of later chapters)
The sources of the corporation’s income derive from personal resources and public donations. Additional income sources will include grants, sponsorship and fundraising. The corporation disposes its income through the decisions made by its board of directors or through the decisions of the duly elected treasurer, whose power to pay expenses is set out by the board or the corporation’s bylaws in accordance to the corporation’s purpose. Expenses paid by the corporation include, but are not limited to: equipment purchases and rentals, ambassador’s salary and boarding, insurance premiums, internet web site fees, publications, advertising, and miscellaneous board expenses.