One Community is creating a comprehensive solution for the challenges of our generation and generations to come. We are doing this to facilitate the evolution of our planet and our species to sustainably living and creating for The Highest Good of All. Our path to accomplishing this is to inspire people with a working model that includes addressing food, energy, construction, fulfilled living, adult and child education models, social architecture, sustainable and ethical business practices, and more. These foundations additionally address poverty, healthcare, social injustice and inequality, total life sustainability, the foundations of policy creation, crime and corruption, human and animal welfare, water quality, air quality, deforestation, and more. Why? Because they are all connected.
Click on each icon to be taken to the corresponding Highest Good hub page.
To help the model to spread as quickly as possible it is designed for widespread appeal by being non-profit and open source, affordable to duplicate, applicable across a diversity of cultures, easily accessible, created so that people with average knowledge and little or no experience can replicate it, and with a marketing engine capable of exposing enough people to build the necessary momentum for it to continue on its own. We see this as having the ability to create a New Golden Age of cooperation, collaboration, innovation, creativity, sustainable living, and increased happiness for everyone and everything on this planet and this is our weekly progress update (#35) covering our accomplishments for the week of October 21, 2013.
As part of One Community’s four-phase strategy and global-change methodology for a comprehensive global solution, we are open source project-launch blueprinting 6 structures that will represent 3 different aquapini and walipini designs. These 6 structures will be a part of our botanical garden model and will produce a diversity of delicious and nutritious food far beyond anything found in a typical grocery store. Right now we are working on identifying the most sustainable materials and providers for the roof. Here is a recent image created for gathering some initial materials costs data when corresponding with companies about this:
The earthbag village is the first of 7 comprehensive housing solutions. This last week Devin Porter (3D Graphics Design Specialist) completed the layout for the central ring of this village model that will ultimately demonstrate housing for over 100 people for less than $500,000. Here is the most recent export of this progress:
Our comprehensive solution includes more open space and resource efficient living spaces. Here are Philip Gill‘s (Interior and Furniture Designer and Owner of Philip Gill Design) furniture designs for the earthbag village homes. Now you can see the designs with the loft added in and the bed positioned in the actual structures:
This last week Karl Harris (Architect Drafter, Designer, and founder of Harris Design & Technology Services) and the team finished the 3D details of the SEGO Center primary food preparation areas, primary serving area, dish washing area, and kitchen bathroom. This is where most of the food will be prepared, where people will pick up their food, and there is a small separate bathroom for people working in this area.
Here’s the finished Education for Life subject template that will work in concert with the weekly theme mind maps. On the actual pages this image will be able to be expanded to 3 times this size and will include references and details below the image for every circle.