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Sense of urgency

Law suits against negligent governments, polluting businesses, broken promises, useless global meetings. Why is this institutional world so subbornly reluctant to change their lethal abuse into sustainable cooperation?

Why are the institutions incapable of accepting the invitation to resolve the global issues once and for all, together (Sustainocracy). Why are they all so blind to not see the responsibility they share in the problem of developing the global, irrevocable tipping point our of stupid self interest? And that they can be part of the solution and win all the recognition for their authentic leadership?

Indonesian justice finds government negligent in terms of air quality measures

President Joko Widodo and members of his government were found guilty of negligence for not doing enough to counter air pollution in and around Jakarta.


Two small acts of support worth our attention

STIR has done a relatively modest donation to these two small cries for help. Maybe you like to support too? Just read their stories.

STIR prefers to develop local communities around developing Sustainocratic values. We tend to help with shared knowledge, inspiration, methodology, etc. Sometime we define projects together and try to attract international funding for it, either through donation to our own STIR fund, or through support channels. But sometimes we help out also directly, like in these cases….

Irrigation system for food for the poor in Uganda

There are increasingly good initiatives in Africa that engage people in their own self support. A young man in Uganda, named Nashif Achmed, is developing an area of ground in Uganda to develop food for the local orphans. Due to the onholding drought he has difficulties in sourcing enough water for his crops. He therefore wants to install an irrigation pump. This costs about 3500€ which they are trying to collect through crowdfunding. The project also engages young locals into learning dynamics. His work is important to avoid migration and to help locals sustain themselves. It is in the benefit of everyone that we support such great initiatives.

Education for orphans in Indonesia in covid time

Covid regulations have had a huge impact on everyone in the world, especially young people. Tourism has collapsed and taken away the income of many parents. This endangers the education for many young children, especially those who are already in a difficult situation, such as orphans. These people rely on the support and helping hand of other. A Dutch friend is helping this community in Indonesia and they made a little film…below the film you find the QR code for a possible small contribution.

The QR code for a donation