Arc 7 Proposal

Arcologies of


Creating an Environment of Well-being in an Advanced Intentional Community

300 page proposal
by Teré Foster is a network of non-profits and co-ops looking for leaders, thinkers, artists, healers, innovators, inventors, entrepreneurs, and investors who are ready to help bring about Global Well-Being one arcology at a time.

7 Deep Needs filled with One System

stability, nurturing, support, inclusion, confidence, cooperation, and achievement


Arcologies of Well-Being

“Give a man a fish, and you feed him for a day
Teach a man to fish, and you feed him for a lifetime”

Make a man a co-owner of a co-op fish hatchery

and you transform him from

an “employee / consumer” to an “owner / producer”

who never has to fish again.


"Arcology" is a self-contained, self-sustaining advanced human habitat taken from two words "architecture" and "ecology."

"Arcology of Well-Being" The benefit of creating an environment of well-being is the transformation we experience to the highest version of ourselves, thereby improving the results of anything that we aspire to do as a group or as an individual.

"Transformation" is a thoughtful change in the interpretation of life, self-definition, overarching life purpose, and life governing concerns. This transformation will lead members to greater commitment to cooperation instead of competition and inclusion instead of exclusivity.

“Arc 7” is the system that operates within an Arcology of Well-Being.  It is an advanced socio-economic governance system that includes an independent, decentralized, worker-owned workplace, a sustainable infrastructure, self-contained food and utility production, and a built-in system for procreating Arc 7 anywhere in the world especially where there is the greatest need. Arc 7 is a money-making housing co-op with an automated production system that will abundantly provide food, water, shelter, clothing, and sustainable utilities to ensure its members will thrive together in today's competitive economy. Soon we can gain understanding of the important role that an intentional community structure plays on human achievement.

“Intentional Communities” are planned residential communities designed from the start to have a high degree of social cohesion and teamwork. The members of an intentional community typically hold a common social, political, religious, or spiritual vision, in this case, the 7 Strategies.

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