Project Proposal

SUMMARY

The Company has developed a scalable, for-profit, rapid-response solution to the climate emergency that can be mass-produced and globally deployed. Based on proprietary inventions (Carbon Capture Module™, EnviroPlex™, EnviroFarm™, Synergy Tower™) the system integrates regenerative organic agriculture, permaculture, direct-air CO2 removal and re-use, soil restoration, re-forestation and sustainable community-based real estate development, including co-housing villages built with materials derived from excess CO2 in the air.

Our installations will help countries and municipalities reach their Sustainable Development Goals while creating thousands of jobs and business opportunities – and generating significant return on investment for our partners and investors.

The project is at an advanced stage of design. It has attracted worldwide interest, ranging from Australia in the wake of the recent fires to various locations in the USA, Mexico, South America and Africa. Joint ventures have been suggested with the Vatican and with the UN’s SDG Office. The strategy is under consideration by (1) a global Smart Cities Project and (2) the reconstruction team in the post-Hurricane Dorian Bahamas.

 

BACKGROUND

The world’s biggest challenges are the world’s greatest opportunities. The trillion tons of carbon in Earth’s atmosphere are the “mining” opportunity of the millennium. Carbon dioxide is a valuable resource that our EnviroPlex™ will permanently remove from the atmosphere and convert into marketable products such as “green” concrete and other building materials, food, heating fuels, carbon fiber materials for 3D printing, soil amendments and many other products.

In the age of extreme weather and unprecedented fires we will increase food security by bringing some of our crop and livestock production indoors, reducing water consumption, insect damage, crop destruction and human and animal stress.

Our agricultural component (the EnviroFarm™) is a massive investment opportunity in its own right. It is well-tested and is operating on 30+ farms in the American Midwest. It will restore depleted farmland and has the potential to avoid billions of dollars in annual human health expenses.

 

OBJECTIVES

Objective #1: Phase One: A proof-of-concept circular farm/demonstration and venture-launch site in collaboration with a college and the local Native Americans in New Mexico. We have designed and developed a strategy that combines multiple tried-and-tested technologies into a single integrated system. The site will allow us to prove our concept, develop business infrastructure and worldwide inter-business relationships, and prepare for a rapid-deployment global launch. It will require the hiring of numerous employees and contractors, ranging from executives to legal experts to tradespeople, farm workers and teachers, and enable us to train students and interns for lifelong careers upon graduation. Having accomplished proof-of-concept, our next step is to negotiate sales and distribution of our mass-producible systems to countries, cities and municipalities worldwide.

Objective #2: Phase Two: Upon global launch we will install one of our systems for each million urban citizens. For example, Los Angeles will get ten systems, Mexico City twenty four, Nairobi four and so on. Phase Two will cost $100 million and will expand the operation globally over 48 months. The venture will become self-sustaining and then profitable, from sales and management of systems, rental income and the marketing and distribution of downstream products.

SCOPE

Once the project has scaled it will become very profitable, employ many thousands of people, increase global food security and reduce avoidable health costs. It will provide multiple benefits to the communities it is installed in, and will remove sufficient carbon dioxide from Earth’s atmosphere to make a measurable difference in the mitigation of climate damage. It will also have a long-term positive impact on communities which are struggling as a result of climate change and economic disparity.

 

BUDGET ESTIMATES (Phases 1 and 2))

Description of Work Anticipated Costs
Phase 1:
(Years 1-3)
Summary: Design and build replicable circular farm/prototyping/proof-of concept/research & teaching facility including the items below: $10,000,000
  • Land acquisition (5 – 100 acres)
  • Architectural + Permitting
  • Construct a fully-operational demonstration EnviroPlex™
  • Install Circular Farm + Permaculture Garden
  • Mass-production design + testing
  • Identify and hire core operating team.
  • Business development/venture engineering
  • Develop global partnerships with businesses, governments, communities, non-profits
  • Research + develop downstream product ideas
  • Identify locations for Phase 2
Phase 2: (starts when Phase 1 is complete) Launch venture in multiple locations worldwide $100,000,000
TOTAL Phases 1 and 2 $ 110,000,000