This group will act as a think tank on the practical issues in the development of the strategy, formation, and mission of an EcoCitizens “presentfuture” model of addressing the exponential increase and fair proliferation of technology.
Please read the following Preliminary Mission Statement:
EcoCitizens’ mission is to guide the global citizenry through the exponential advancement of technology across multiple sectors as it is employed to save, enhance, and re-define human life and the environment.
EcoCitizens will seek to develop broad-based, innovative, strategic partnerships to monitor intelligent technology, inform the global citizenry on rapid technology adoption, advocate for accelerated education and human intelligence to adapt to technology proliferation, and apply variable thought to the perpetual development and advancement of technology.
In brief, the four pillars of the organizational mission are currently: 1) Monitor; 2) Inform; 3) Educate; 4) Guide.
Meetups will focus on one or more of the four pillars. Organizational structure and Administration will also be open for discussion.
The four pillars can be understood as follows:
Monitor refers to the ability to develop innovative partnerships with advanced technology corporations and institutions which would protect IP and which would create a broad network to facilitate accelerated technology with a global citizenry voice at the powermaker table.
Inform refers to an information delivery system or systems which build on top of or in concert with current news delivery, social network services, or other grassroots networks. This would include thinking through ways and means of reaching those who are at least advantage.
Educate refers to the educational delivery and uptake systems both external and internal to the biological and biotech (future) human systems. It would work to advocate vertical and horizontal “up-education” to ensure fairness.
Guide refers to the more delicate nature of wisdom recognition and wisdom building as we currently understand it, how to cultivate that through a cross-cultural network, and how to guide wisdom-building as technology will enhance biological wisdom processes.