Vision and Objectives

The EmeraldPlanet’s ® Vision:

  • The overarching value and underpinnings of EmeraldPlanet® International Foundation, a.k.a.  EmeraldPlanet®  is “World Peace”.  To achieve this “Vision” our organization is providing information, data, and advanced analytical tools through an Internet platform linking innovative, inventive, sustainable, and resilient development experts, researchers, opinion-leaders, practitioners, elected officials, and citizens around the planet to share ideas, insights, indigenous wisdom, processes, rediscovered historical precedents, and technologies providing ever better, lower cost, more efficiently provided, and faster discriminated proven quality-of-life conditions for all people; and
  • Encouraging all citizens to contribute their unique knowledge, understanding, resources, energy, contacts, the sphere of influence networks, and wisdom to reduce, and possibly reverse, the negative effects of global climate change.

The EmeraldPlanet‘s® Objectives:

  • To achieve our ideal overarching value and underpinnings of EmeraldPlanet® International Foundation, a.k.a.  EmeraldPlanet® of “World Peace” we have set the following objectives:
  • Linking global citizens concerning the latest research, information, activities, projects, services, processes, products, and technologies in the field of sustainable and resilient development.
  • Identify and sharing 1,000 plus best practices through The EmeraldPlanet TV®, the EmeraldPlanet® website “TV Programs” and “Alliances and Partnerships”, multiple global social media outlets, United Nations ECOSOC events; The World Bank Group, Connect4Climate program, among other new and innovative world-wide media and networking opportunities.
  • Partnering with local and international radio, television, online, and print media.
  • Identifying and interacting with highly respected, seasoned, and credentialed professionals who will actively participate on the EmeraldPlanet® Board of Advisors, in The EmeraldPlanet TV®  shows and programs, presenters and contributors through the web site Blogs, conferences, seminars, and idea exchanges.
  • Expanding contacts with organizations, research institutes, colleges and universities, companies, financial institutions, non-governmental organizations, and individuals inventing, creating, and developing the latest agricultural, forestry, fisheries, and biofuels production, harvesting, storage, processing, and distribution platforms.
  • Highlighting research in wind, solar, wave, hydrogen, biofuels, waste-to-energy, low-head hydro, repurposed materials, as well as many other renewable energy sources.
  • Partnering with maximum available Internet search engines to make the EmeraldPlanet®  a premier search engine portal.
  • Encouraging reductions in fuel, food, and fiber costs by increasing attention on innovations through new and existing processes, techniques, and technologies producing food for humans and animals.
  • Organic and all-natural nutrient sources for plants and trees.
  • Renewable and repurposed transportation, cooking, and heating fuels.
  • Solar cooking and food drying technologies and techniques;
  • Natural fibers for clothing.
  • Alternative, reprocessing, sequester, and production of water sources for food, fuel, and fiber production while reducing the negative environmental impacts of stormwater runoff.
  • Lower-cost, Zero net metering, and Zero-energy shelters and homes using repurposed and non-traditional construction materials, techniques, and designs.
  • Vertical hydroponics and aquaponic food production systems.
  • Emphasizing many related quality-of-life issues, including:
    • Clean, safe, and plentiful drinking water;
    • Inexpensive wastewater treatment;
    • Simple, yet effective, affordable, and appropriate health care measures;
    • Inexpensive, mass-produced, and low-cost KNOCK DEAD/KNOCKDOWN mosquito and other blood-sucking insects control and elimination to eradicate malaria, yellow fever, dengue,  chikungunya, zika, and numerous other neglected tropical diseases among vulnerable and at-risk populations; 
    • Continually updated and revised STEM and STEAM K-12 education-focused curricula and vocational skills academies with college and universities tracked curricula;
    • Practical university research; and
    • Reduction and possible elimination of chemical-based insecticides, pesticides, and fertilizers by organic and/or all-natural plant nutrients production and/or rediscovered or indigenous farming, gardening, forestry, ranching, and fisheries techniques.

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