Sustainability

7– Sustainability

CORE VALUES FOR GLOBAL WELL-BEING

  • We are deeply motivated to develop a network of co-ops in arcologies nearby to produce more than enough food products, clothing, supplies, and construction materials to support the building of arcologies in impoverished areas of the world.
  • We believe that each individual must help protect the planet.
  • We believe in using 7 screening questions for all decisions
  • We protect the planet by boycotting products and systems that contribute to planetary destruction.
  • We believe that more than enough is too much and waste is unacceptable.
  • We believe that wasteful materialism destroys the earth and its inhabitants.
  • We treasure our natural resources and use them as wisely as possible.
  • We intend to design and build arcologies that protect the environment for future generations.
  • We believe that all things in the universe are connected and our own well-being is secured by helping others gain experience well-being.
  • We believe that in order to experience a sense of Global Well-Being we must be involved in a global project that is focused beyond ourselves and in no way directly benefits us.
  • We believe that poverty, illiteracy, incarceration, forced labor and child labor will come to an end when we demand that it comes to an end.
  • We boycott manufacturers that rely on poor treatment of their workers, using unfair trade practices, animal cruelty, or forced labor as their business model.
  • We work in cooperation with global governments without resistance.
  • We teach global leaders by example to treat one another as they would like to be treated.

 

We work with:

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION – reduce our carbon foot print

NATURAL RESOURCES - use wisely

BUILDING COMMUNITIES in IMPOVERISHED REGIONS

COMPASSIONATE COMMUNICATION BETWEEN GOVERNMENTS

ENERGY – wind, solar, bio fuels

UTILITIES – off grid sustainability

DISCUSSION QUESTION:

 

Do you believe in these core values?

Would you like to modify one of the bullet points?

Would you like to add one more?

Please leave your comments below.  Please address only one bullet point in each comment box.

One Comment

  1. I’ve had times where I thought I knew the answer to a problem or cause of an issue, but that’s usually due to deductive reasoning. Sometimes intuition plays a part in that process, but I can’t think of a time when I just “knew” something from intuition.

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