The Great 8 for
The USPP has created a new freshwater source with the EARTH System. Creating a new water source is critical to the USPP accomplishing the first of its eight organizational goals; solving the global freshwater crisis. This one crucial issue enables the USPP- and everyone else on the Planet- to accomplish their goals going into the future. Check out all 8 goals of the USPP below.
The USPP has a plan to solve the Global Freshwater Crisis by 2050
Water is the foundation of all climate change solutions. Water generates electricity, is a transportation route, enables all manufacturing, grows crops, cleans the environment, grows forests, supports CO2 uptake, and is critical to all carbon-based lifeforms on Earth. Overdrawing lakes, rivers, and groundwater aquifers strain the ability of nature to sustain itself—and us. Our collective reliance on groundwater needs to dramatically decrease if we want our environment to be sustainable. We believe that if water resources are replenished and managed properly, most of the myriad issues caused by climate change will quite literally solve themselves. Because of this, the USPP’s number one goal is solving the global freshwater crisis and restoring our water resources.
The USPP has Eight Goals
to achieve Climate Change reversal by 2050
the "Great 8" for Terra's Fate
# 1) Solve the Global Freshwater Crisis
Our "EARTH System" can produce the entire freshwater supply for any Municipality that lies within the equatorial zone, is on a coastline, and has shrimp farming infrastructure and water distribution infrastructure. Installing EARTH Systems in these particular cities will solve the freshwater crisis in the most strategic way. The equatorial zone has optimal conditions for our technology to work and just so happens to be the region that is suffering most from the freshwater crisis. Solving the problem in the equatorial zone will make billions of acres of land available for year-round agriculture at a time when our planet is suffering a huge decline in agricultural production; mostly due to overdrawing aquifers. As these regions stabilize, it will take the strain off of agricultural production in more northern and southern latitudes, allowing those regions to use their dwindling water resources for residential and industrial use. Eventually, EARTH System cities will construct pipelines to deliver surplus water to inland cities through natural market demand. Learn More.
# 2) Restore the Ozone Layer
The ozone layer is a part of the atmosphere (the stratosphere) where ozone gets trapped. This trapped ozone forms a solar radiation shield around the Earth. Chemicals emitted since the Industrial Revolution have caused a depletion in the ozone layer. The consequences of this include increased radiation, crop failure(s), early death of carbon-based lifeforms, and increased global temperatures. Lightning is one of the few ways that ozone is created and generating lightning is one of the simplest ways to restore the ozone layer. One by-product of the EARTH System is freshwater evaporation; the very thing that creates lightning. When we take in ocean water to desalinate, only about 20% of that water is converted to fresh water. The remaining ocean water is piped to evaporation beds where nearly 95% of it will evaporate into the atmosphere as freshwater. The water gets absorbed as humidity and the friction of this process produces lighting. As more EARTH Systems are installed around the planet, more ozone-creating lightning will occur; restoring the ozone layer and lowering the planet’s overall temperature. Learn More
3) Achieve Net-Zero CO2 Emissions
The world emits 40 gigatonnes of CO2 annually and it is our goal to sequester the same amount on an annual basis. Each EARTH System site location will plant 10 million Empress trees per year, sequestering 1 megaton of CO2 annually. After eight years, the Empress tree will be ready for harvest and a new tree will be planted in its place. This means that each EARTH System location will continuously farm 70 million trees after year 8 of operation. The USPP has a goal to have 5,000 EARTH System site locations collectively farming 350 billion trees, which will sequester 40 gigatonnes of CO2 per year. Besides helping us reach global CO2 equilibrium, the tree's sizable root system will hold the soil down throughout the year; preventing further releases of carbon due to seasonally exposed soil. The trees will be planted on agricultural plots so they can be attended to by local farmers, who know the region’s agronomy better than anyone. These measures give our trees the best chance at living 8 years and create a robust sustainable agricultural industry.
4) Restore the Colorado River
The Colorado River is essentially dry from Yuma, AZ to Mexicali to the Sea of Cortez. The River in this region ancestrally belonged to the Cocopah Tribe and the cessation of the River has dealt a devastating blow to their Culture. The USPP aims to restore the flow of the Colorado River by eliminating Yuma and Mexicali’s need to draw from it. We have designed the System at this location to produce enough water to supply the annual water demand of both Mexicali and Yuma. We plan to build a 26-mile water pipeline that can deliver the water from our facility to Mexicali. If the water is to move from Mexicali to Yuma, it will be up to the City of Mexicali, the City of Yuma, the Mexican Federales, and the US Government to execute the transportation of the water across the border into the United States. We believe that these parties are eager to secure additional sources of fresh water and we believe they also share a mutual desire to restore Native Lands if a feasible plan is presented to them. Because of these considerations, we have some degree of confidence we will experience success in our goal to restore the Colorado River. Learn More
5) Stop Sea Level Rise
The principal cause of sea-level rise is melting polar caps. This is caused by an increase in temperature due to higher levels of CO2 & CH4 (methane) in our atmosphere and having a thinner ozone layer. A high atmospheric concentration of CO2 is our principal focus right now, but soon CH4 will become our biggest problem. There is a planet-destroying level of CH4 currently being sequestered in the permafrost layer. If this layer warms past freezing, the CH4 will begin releasing. To make matters worse, there is no solution for capturing CH4 once it is released and few people are working on technologies to solve this problem. All we can do is try to capture as much CO2 as we can and avoid warming the permafrost layer. 5,000 EARTH Systems will capture 40 gigatonnes of CO2 from the atmosphere and take trillions of gallons of water out of the ocean. This CO2 capture will lower the temperature of the planet enough to cause ice cap reconstitution and stop sea levels from rising.
6) Restore Global Forests
The Planet has lost half of its trees in the last 200 years; approximately 3 trillion trees. All EARTH System site locations will continuously plant 10 million trees per year and those operations will be funded through future contracts. Trees are harvested every 8 years and a new tree is planted upon its harvest. After 8 years of operation, each EARTH System site will continuously farm 70 million trees. Our goal is to develop 5,000 EARTH System site locations, making our cumulative tree farming operation 350 billion trees per year. These trees will reliably sequester CO2, be planted on local agricultural plots, and be tended to by local farmers. Not only will these tree farms lock up Carbon and create sustainable agricultural jobs; the shade from these massive trees will go a long way to cooling down the region, preserve life-giving soil, and producing life-saving oxygen. Another benefit of our tree farming operation is that we will drive down demand for natural tree harvesting. Our trees only replace 10% of what our planet has lost, but they will go a long way in replacing the functions of those lost forests. Learn More
7) Execute 3.14 Million ECO Courses
The ECO Certification Course is a one-week all-inclusive comprehensive training course that takes place at one of our EARTH System site locations. ECO participants will tour our sustainability systems, learn how they work, and be educated on how to implement these Systems back home. At the end of the Course, participants will have the opportunity to participate in constructing our global monument. This includes the opportunity to quarry, shape, and physically place a granite stone in our Global Monument The ECO certification course is designed to jumpstart individual participation in climate change and give society a sustainable common ground from which to build a promising future on. The USPP believes that a true solution to climate change includes building a positive relationship between ourselves and the environment, and we think that getting your hands in the dirt is a good way to start that process. ECO course certification will begin in July 2025 and reservations will be accepted starting in July 2024. Learn More
8) Build a Global Monument
It is crazy to think that we would know very little about civilizations that existed thousands of years ago had they not constructed massive monuments. It is even crazier to think that a few thousand years from now, proof of our own civilization might not exist. Pyramid structures are a testament to an advanced civilization's existence and a worthy endeavor for any society to pursue. Pyramid building projects in the past employed off-season agricultural workers, promoted tourism, were sustainable and taught their builders a multitude of critical skill sets. Most importantly, constructing a Monument creates a common cause and promotes unity among the people who build it. The USPP has a goal of constructing a pyramid complex monument in honor of our accomplishments as a civilization and to demonstrate our advanced aspirations. The complex will contain 3.14 million stones and be constructed by 3.14 million people, making this the worlds first global monument. Learn More