On small or remote islands, or village and in the ocean, the World Team project creates living experiential Eco observatories of human capital, to bring in resources and demonstrate solutions for a renewable future. Our goals include building renewable energy microgrids toward energy independence, clean water and power, biodiversity protection, and demonstration of leading technology. This partnership contributes to scientific research, data collection, preservation; an experiential opportunity for ongoing education. Ocean cleanup, preservation, water use, net-zero buildings, sustainable transportation, marine protection areas, artisanal fishing and related policy.
We create jobs, transfer technology, start-up new and alternative systems that lead to the transformation of the oceans and the islands. Partnership programs work towards innovative solutions.
Oceans Solutions: We plan to replant coral, re-populating fish, marine, and species preservation, sea turtles protection, replanting mangroves, plastic clean-up, banned all plastic use, fossil fuel, insectisides, and pesticides.
We plan to help re-define how we approach Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction (ABNJ), land reclaimed by sea, nature preserves, buildings designed for living with and below the ocean. Ocean energy permitting process for devices in Tidal, Wave, Ocean Thermal Energy.
Our SOS-IS campaign Ocean Awareness helps people better understand how to be conscious in the ocean. Ocean programs we are developing start with ocean/water birthing and go through to end of life. The age appropriate curriculum is collaborated by our SOS-IS Oceans Partners; Fabien Cousteau Ocean Learning Center, we team-up with local and regional oceans programs. We teach, educate, and study how to better connect with all under the sea, broaching interspecies communication, and ocean energy- to consciousness. We team-up the connection between the living ocean and human body's systems.
We aggregate cutting edge solutions and demonstrate ways to conserve and protect the oceans. We pilot new technology.
We have been working on Law of the Sea since our WTN hosted panel at UN Rio+20 and will continue to do through panels, and our team of experts, focused on law and the mechanisms and structures to enforce the law.
We will test out a coast guard framework with technology through 2030. We will work towards transforming the Law of the Sea with the intent to support the adoption of enforceable and well defined global policy.
The team will have a regional base camp that supports the continuation of programs, with international volunteers.
SOS-IS governance is designed for the voice of all stakeholders. The governance entities consist of the SOS-IS Board with two representatives from all partners, the SOS-IS Exec Committee, which is drawn from board and leading organizations, the SOS-IS Academic Advisory Committee, the SOS-IS Assembly consisting of national, regional and UN Stakeholders that may include an aggregate of selected members from;
Chiefs of villages, or local officials where we work
Representation from Government ministries, including Ministries of Fisheries of various SIDS,
Pacific Island Forum Region Commissioner (invited)
Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP)
Financing (in USD)
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Global viewers and participants in the World Team media platform, Educational programs
Media and technology providers, alternative, energy, transportation and building sectors
Staff / Technical expertise
World Team Now, Fabien Cousteau Ocean Learning Center, World Team-Building, Team Volunteer Corps, Prof. Ian Juran, Former of UNESCO, Ambassador of Malta Prof. Douglas Kmiec, and other that