Goals and Objectives

Address the barriers to sustainable culture:
• Denial of accountability — the global warming culture
• The throw-away mentality — resource waste and depletion
• Prevailing social values — apathy, greed, ignorance and narcissism
• Misinformation campaigns — funded by corporate and political agendas
• The contaminated food chain — chemical pollution of soil, air and water

Address the man-made problems of non-sustainable culture:
• Climate change/Ocean acidification
• Economic collapse
• Ecological collapse from pollution of air, water and land
• Wide-spread use of toxic chemicals
• Disease, poor nutrition, illiteracy and poverty
• Chemical allergies, aggression, and sexual abnormalities in humans
• International conflicts, and terrorism

Remediate the threat from climate change:
• Reduction of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions
• Recapture and conversion of excess atmospheric carbon
• Retard deforestation and water pollution
• Restore natural carbon sequestration mechanisms
• Reveal and debunk misinformation campaigns

Facilitate the creation of one million family owned and operated organocide-free farms:
• For the production of natural food, water, fuels, electrical power — the capture of excess atmospheric CO2 and sequestration of carbon through biomass and carbon-based durable goods
• To stimulate the economy, reduce pollution, disease and poverty
• To fight climate change
• To move toward national energy independence
• Take the first steps toward international peace through sharing this technology globally

Launch a program of public education to:
• Promote acceptance of accountability and demonstrate individual actions for remediation
• Expose the money trail of funding for misinformation counter to sustainability and the basis for this deceptive agenda
• Inform children and adults of the health hazards of chemical pollution, what we can do to avoid these hazards, and how to reduce the widespread epidemic of chemical-related problems
• Remove legal and bureaucratic barriers in order to achieve a sustainable culture
• Convey understanding of what mistakes led society to this crisis and how history can teach us to avoid repeating these mistakes

Usher in a new era of transportation:
• Through widespread adoption of alternative fuels (alcohols, bio-diesel, methane and hydrogen)
• By optimizing existing aviation, marine and land vehicles for alternative fuels use, and by creating a new generation of vehicles designed for maximum safety, efficiency and durability with minimum carbon and chemical footprint

Invigorate the global housing market:
• Through creation of sustainable homes
• Energy efficient and cost effective to build
• Offering secure shelter against many common threats
• Healthy pollution-free interiors
• Providing clean air, water, fuel and energy
• Capture and disposal of atmospheric CO2
• Income from sale of excess resources

Adopt Resource Conversion in place of waste disposal:
• Converting all post consumer materials into new useable products for energy and construction.

Motivate industry, governments and individuals to:
• Adopt sustainable technology throughout the global infrastructure
• Abandon use of petroleum derivatives for food, pharmaceuticals, plastics and organicides.

Implement sustainable technologies:
• Within present and emerging markets through technology exchange partnerships to produce durable goods based on carbon technology and powered by natural energy resources.

Encourage sustainable social, political, cultural and economic initiatives to:
• Empower individuals to do what governments have been unable to do
• Fix the problems with energy, environment, education, agriculture and public health without creating unintended consequences.

Explore applications of new and emerging technologies that:
• Comply with the principles of the Green Earth Paradigm
• Offer hope for sustainable application and improvement in quality of life
• Avoid or minimize use of toxic chemicals
• Indicate a general benefit without the need for acceptable collateral exclusions

Lead the collective social consciousness:
• Toward a higher state of awareness of the human community and our surrounding environment
• To embrace the need for a moral fabric of rights, obligations and behavior to sustain a cohesive and functional civilization
• Toward recognition of altruistic efforts as courageous, noble, heroic and held in high esteem by society and;
• To acknowledge personal and community sustainable development as integral to our collective survival

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