Our EcoC3 Research Team has spent many years investigating a variety of self-sufficient living systems with the combined potential to cost-effectively provide everything individual dwellings, villages, communities, and inner-city neighborhoods need to sustain healthy living standards indefinitely. Including significantly advanced, eco-efficient, user-friendly technologies for self-producing abundant food supplies, clean water, recycling essential raw materials from waste streams, and most importantly self-generating bio-fuel, solar, wind & thermal energy. As we progress toward the radiation safe, pollution controlled, 'green' world everyone wants to and deserves to live in, the ceramic cement influenced self-sufficient living systems we are working with can be scaled up or down to suit the needs of the end-user.
Renewable, Cost-effective Energy:
Along with our escalating 21st Century need to self-produce our primary food and clean water, creating low to no cost energy systems is the most important resource our families and communities need to maintain safe, comfortable, affordable, & secure lifestyles. With electricity being humanities ultimate security need, of all the emerging areas of self-sufficiency the creation of alternative energy is the 21st Century's most advanced technical breakthrough with numerous, available, viable options to choose from. On our R&D page you can read about the self-electrified, self-sufficient C3Homestead we are in the process of creating. With the evidence we've gathered, inclusive of the non-toxic, durable qualities our ceramic cement products provide, we are convinced that humanity is on the verge of achieving the healthy living standards and equality we have long imagined, dreamed of and deserve.
To Be Or Not To Be Self-Sufficient?
In his 1973 book, “Small is Beautiful: A study of economics as if people mattered”, economist Ernst Schumacher recognized the folly of globalization and its inherent un-sustainability. As an economist he argued the only way to secure a self-sufficient future for our families & communities is to locally produce our own energy, food, clean water, & raw materials. As we move deeper into the 21st Century people from all walks of life are finally tuning into, learning about, and factually creating this self-sufficient reality. A lot has been accomplished by dedicated individuals inventing, sharing, and employing a combination of state-of-the-art energy production, food growing, water purifying, recycled raw material resources that allow humanity to finally get it done. The Eden Project in England is an inspiring example.