Our project utilizes a combination of Geothermal energy and The Hydroloop™ System to provide a 24/7 supply of electricity and water, as well as transportation of goods and people. We split the electricity generated to distribute water gently to our Smart Farming system, where we grow fruits, vegetables, fish, and crustacea and produce goods. The recycled water is then used to power the Geothermal system, which in turn powers The Hydroloop™ System for the loop to begin again. This project can help address the challenges mentioned in the 6 WEF initiative and aligns with the United Nations' 17 Sustainable Development Goals (UNSDGs), which are a call to action for all countries to work together towards a more sustainable future.
Laos has plenty of freshwater: From the Pacific Ocean Evaporation, the monsoon rains, the Gulf of Thailand, the Indian Oceans, (+all without strong wind), the huge groundwater, ... Enough to satisfy our needs, ...
Non frozen Water sources are clearly at the East Coast of the US and in Southeast Asia, especially in Laos.
Laos topography is ideal to solve huge areas of desertification, one section at the time, until the deserts turn into the food basket not just for the world, but for the whole space exploration programs. Laos can become a true space hub.
Our greatest untapped sources of energy, available 24/7, and perpetually replenished, enough to power The Hydroloop™ System. Recharging it as pressure are released along the route. The exit will produce electricity. AI controlled valves and network of pipeline will dictate the water direction by decreasing pressure in one end, and increasing in another. Freshwater will reach long distant to implementing the United Nation 17 Sustainable Development Goals [UNSDGs].
Starting the loop from Laos, then expanding the loop to neighbouring countries, one further south, another eastward, recharged with the heat and pressure from Geothermal and, to release heat and pressure to produce electricity and give away water, and recharged with coldness, moving down to supply water, energy, and whatsoever the Hydroloop™ System can carry, including coldness, information, food, … The return loop is to export African goods after receiving plenty of water and energy.
To collect, transfer, distribute freshwater in Laos for the abundance production of food and goods, recycle the used water, and to export the excess of water, food, and other produced goods to the needed regions.
Our Prototype projects will expand country by country to fulfil The United Nation Sustainable Development Goals (UNSDGs), for peace and prosperity for people and the planet, now and into the future.
Edible and still growing plants, vegetables, fruits, fish, seafood are supplied by our smart farming to the specially designed green space with fish/crustacea tanks at the roof-garden, covering the Complex. Each green space is equipped with AI technology assisted gardener looking after multiple garden. The complex is equipped with the watering and the artificial rain system to keep plants and fish/crustacea alive that also cool the building and as rainwater retention.
People can enjoy fresh fruits direct from our farm supplied trees, living vegetable. Fish and seafood are still alive to be cooked just minutes before consumption. Any stock running low, the AI system will replace it, used trees are returned to our farm to regrow again for resupply, and export the excess. Repeat the loop again and again…
The Hydroloop™ System and Geothermal are the main drivers to improve the state of the world, hunger for clean energy, clean water, good sanitation, clean transport system, healthy lifestyle, more balanced society, and true space programs exploring and colonizing other planets.
Sustainable agriculture covers environmentally friendly farming methods that preserve an ecological balance by avoiding the depletion of natural resources. From an environmental point of view, sustainable agriculture promotes farming practices that manage and conserve natural resources by building and maintaining healthy soil, managing water wisely, using renewable energy, improving air quality, and promoting biodiversity. However, agricultural sustainability is a complex concept that aims for economic profitability and social/economic equity besides environmental health. Smart farming is the most recent agricultural revolution that is based on the use of information and communication technologies.
It connects smart machines and sensors on farms by IoT (Internet of Things) and makes sustainable agricultural practices data-driven.
The key point of smart farming is “optimization”; it aims to optimize each variable and input during the production stage. The use of information technology increases the quantity and quality of agricultural products by preserving natural resources.
The agricultural industry needs to learn to do more with less by implementing more efficient and sustainable production methods; thus, robotics and AI (artificial intelligence) could pave the way to a better future. In the "World Solution" package, Scalable Smart Farming, “HEXAIDEN”(he), working in conjunction with scalable Smart Grid(sg), Smart Water Distribution and Clean Transport, “The Hydroloop™ System”(hs), is “The World Solution”(sol).
We invite you and your government to participate in “The World Solution”(sol) to accelerate the delivery of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (UNSDGs), to build a greener, fairer and more resilient world.
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Administration Email: LDCI@farming.LDCIgroup.com
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To adapt and implement the UNSDGs, and 6 WEF challenges accepting solutions:
Energy transition refers to a significant change in the structure of an energy system. In the past, these changes have been driven by the demand for and availability of different fuels. However, energy transitions can also come about due to the depletion of limited and unsustainable energy sources. For instance, whale oil was once used for illumination, wood for iron smelting in Europe, palm oil for oil, rubber, and other trees for paper, and finite fossil fuel.
In recent times, the shift towards solar and wind power has proven to be a mistake. Elon Musk's Hyperloop has also failed and dams built solely for electricity generation are causing environmental catastrophes and increasing inequality. At LDCI GROUP, our contractors, collaborators, and government obligations are focused on increasing energy through geothermal means and providing people with a multi-generational wealthy lifestyle.
The First and urgent task, globally is to enhance people's lives worldwide by meeting the food, energy, water, and commodity needs and requirements of the people on Earth by implementing the 6 WEF challenges accepting solutions, and the United Nations 17 Sustainable Development Goals [UNSDGs] and create the surplus.
Secondly, to present Space Programs with the idea of utilizing the first task above surplus for space programs. The primary goal of these programs is to make rapid progress towards achieving a Type I civilization by satisfying all of Earth's requirements and needs as quickly as possible.
Longer droughts lead to more frequent and intense fires, which in turn clear more forests, further accelerating the process. At the same time, deforestation increases the amount of CO2 in the atmosphere, fueling climate change and exacerbating the deforestation-drought-fire feedback loop. Forests have been destroyed for various purposes such as agriculture, animal grazing, and wood production for fuel, manufacturing, and construction.
Smart farming through large-scale hemp cultivation can increase water availability, reduce deforestation caused by drought, extinguish forest fires, and increase green spaces in cities and deserts, thereby reducing heat island effects and pollution. Therefore, the LDCI™ Commitment, Contractors, and Government Obligations aim to decrease air pollution by reducing particle emissions.
The aim of LDCI™, Contractors, and the government is to reduce health imbalances by encouraging healthy lifestyles and promoting healthy food, as well as identifying and addressing important health disparities. Many health disparities are caused by inequalities in opportunities and resources, particularly in terms of freshwater for growing fresh fruits, vegetables, and fish for a healthy diet. The factors that influence health include living and working conditions, education, income, neighborhood characteristics, social inclusion, and access to medical care.
Providing more opportunities for people to lead healthier lives will benefit everyone, but special attention must be given to groups that have been marginalized in the past. To reduce inequalities in opportunities and resources needed for good health, policies, laws, systems, environments, and practices should be changed and implemented. Additionally, it is important to eliminate unfair social conditions, both individual and institutional, that contribute to these inequalities.
Mobilisation is mobilisation on Climate Change to avoid an irreversible tipping point:
• LDCI™, Investors, Contractors, and Government Obligations Business White Papers are to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius and by targeting net-zero emissions by 2050.
• by physically exchanging natural heat with coldness, solving droughts with floods. These two alone will solve desertification and allow the development of extreme hot SW Asia (Middle East) regions including Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Iraq, Qatar, and Desert-Belt corridors with the possibility to:
• Solve energy crisis, food crisis, and water stress.
• Solve climate change issues,
• Increase food production and land values,
• Restore biodiversity…
Public-private partnerships are the key to tackling climate change.
Adaptation to Climate change demands new products and services development like The Hydroloop System to tackle sea level rise, over consumption of ground water without replacement, stop and reverse desertification...
The Hydroloop System will generate a win-win for both public and private sectors such as the increase of well-paid multigenerational jobs, therefore, GDP and tax revenues increase, and trade balance surplus. It will allow Nations to decrease their debts, avoid pension funds shortfall, and even increase them.
In addition to solving the previous 5 points, LDCI™, Contractors, Collaborators, Investors, and Government obligations to build The Hydroloop™ System as the solution to the World's biggest Water Challenges.
To allow the possibility to efficiently distribute large volumes of freshwater 24/7 everywhere (UNSDGs 6), reducing devastating drought, desertification, flood, ground water depletion and fires that are significantly impacting the World financial system, human life... With the possibility to transport heavy loads from and to space at the fraction of the current cost making large-scale exploration of the in-finite resources a feasible possibility.