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Permaculture: Yes, we can change the world

 
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Project Phoenix is a network of sustainable interests. Our goal is to provide viable solutions to real world problems. We aim to organize individuals, groups, and resources to start effectively reaching the goals of these sustainable ventures, through creative collaboration, labor extension, and media networking.

This network will unify the ongoing effort of organizations and movements across the globe with the intent of sharing resources and venture capital throughout a centralized, expansive network of sustainability.

Utilizing crowd sourcing, we will aid current and new projects in establishing themselves and maintaining integrity through collective accountability.

A series of core teams will first be assembled to sort and compile applicable initiatives, as we begin to add them to our network. These teams will also be responsible for organizing the central themes and goals of Project Phoenix as a whole.

If this seems to interest you or someone you love, comment below.
 
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Seems very vague. What kinds of ventures are you actually working on, examples?

 
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Im still brainstorming with people, so it is vague, yes. But i also kept it that way because this is a network. We will ally with independant small businesses, coops, large corporate firms, ej movements, social movements, lobby groups, and any sort of permaculture project that comes along, in any field.

The purpose of the project is to be a network of resources, financing, and skilled professionals that can collaborate to help maintain existing projects, use crowd sourcing and social media to get smaller, budding projects the attention and support they need, and send teams of trained professionals to boost speed and efficiency of start ups and new projects.
 
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