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World environment day with Dr. Swati

Another call for attention:

Sustainocratic STIR partner Dr. Swati presents her first english release of the successful Dr. Swati health TV show in India with a powerful message on pollution and climate issues. Her release coincides with World Environment Day.

We add an invitation to commit together

In 2009 STIR Foundation introduced the invitation to all societal stakeholders to a new level of collective accountability for developing our core conditions for sustainable human progress: Sustainocracy. In the region of Brabant (Netherlands) the staleholders accepted the invitation and AiREAS cooperative venture for the cocreation of our healthy city and environment was born.

Sustainocratic ventures and local AiREAS initiatives can be set up anywhere in the world where the stakeholders are willing to group together and take responsibility for innovative health driven processes. It proves to be a powerful innovative drive for all involved and a healing factor of economic wellness and stability.

Global Health Deal 

In 2016 the local government took over the commitment for Health. In this video the key people of the province express their commitment.

This gave STIR and AiREAS the impulse to go global with the invitation, using the Dutch precedents as proof of concept and willingness to commit. In our global AiREAS publication we introduced a specific chapter (free downloadable) on the Global Health Deal invitation as well as a chapter on the new type of entrepreneurship that arises.

The alliance with Dr. Swati is one of the signals to the world that this process is successful, powerfully engaging and highly productive. And everyone can be part of it!

Will we ever get out of our own dirt?

Two pictures on Twitter today got me to wonder what our chances still are as humankind.

Wave of air pollution
A wave of air pollution is travelling across Europe. On monday (April 23rd 2015) Paris closes for traffic.

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Water pollution from nuclear disaster in Japan leaks and affects the world.

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Antropoceen, the era of the 6th life destructive force since the birth of Earth, is attributed to modern humankind.

I tend to bring in some nuance. It can be attributed to organized human greed and lack of sufficiently established and followed harmony defending leadership.

At City of Tomorrow we do our best and certain initiatives grow fast (AiREAS, STIR Academy) but is it fast enough?