Global Sustainability Initiative
Organized by: Josh Carpenter
Let’s face it people, bad things are happening all around the world. Global conflict, pollution, and disease. The growing potential of civil unrest both abroad and domestically are just a few things that need to be concerning you. In the Mideast Decades of conflict is spilling over into Europe. In Syria Russia is essentially fighting the US through its allies. In Asia China is beginning to Annex territories held by other nations and The Republic of North Korea is on high alert. South America also a hotbed of conflict and General disorder. In Africa Boko Haram is killing so that the media doesn’t even bother to report it. It is estimated did it in the next 35 years there will be more plastic in the ocean then there will be fish. Fukushima nuclear reactor is poisoning the entire Pacific ocean causing mass die-offs of all types marine life the smallest Plankton and Grill to the largest sharks and whales. knows how many decades it will take to recover. It is only a matter of time until humans on the west coast begin feeling the health effects of Fukushima’s radiation. In recent decades small-scale pandemics of things like SARS, bird flu, Ebola, MRSA spread out all across the globe having ever-increasing impact on society. The reputation growing population density of the World means these diseases will only become more and more common. In California, Texas and indeed other parts of the globe large scale gas leaks have occurred potentially l possibility. In Flint Michigan and in fact in many parts of the United States our own infrastructure his age to the point where it’s poisoning us. Fracking nuclear in toxic waste poisoning much of our water supply. The country is divided both socially, politically, and economically. Fortunately there is a real world solution being developed. To address all of these problems in one large scale project as prudently as possible over the course of the next decade. By setting up a number of small independently sustainable, economically productive communities of with populations of only a few hundred or few thousand essential and algorithmically selected individuals. These communities would be intentionally sequestered from larger population centers like 19th century medical sanitariums in an effort to ensure both sterility and security; by minimizing as much biological and harmful chemical contamination as possible and displacing them from any potential safety concerns associated with large population centers. Each would also consist of small scale agricultural, manufacturing, medical, and scientific research facilities all powered by a diverse array of multiply redundant renewable energy sources. Research and manufacturing within these communities will focus primarily on environmental and medical advancement with both philanthropic and competitive economic growth as key operating principles insuring their independent sustainably and productivity. In case of the worst possible scenario every donation $50 dollars or more will automatically enter you into a basic raffle for a portion of available positions. Every donation of $500 or more will enter you into an algorithmically adjusted raffle that will require an Resume and medical background to enhance your chances of selection in proportion to your asset level to the community. In addition to financial donation volunteering any number of professional services or talents; usable properties or goods will also be compensated in this matter.