Vision - A sustainable mankind
Our vision is a sustainable mankind: We believe that humankind has the ability to develop and become the shepherd of stability on this planet.
Mission - Stabilize Earth’s climate
Our mission is to stabilize Earth's climate. Humankind has the ability to do so with eGro's agricultural model that transforms dry and poor land into profitable food producing forests
- Commercialize a Syntropy based AgroEcological model. Starting in emerging markets.
- Design and enable our model to be easily scalable in all climates and within all cultures.
- Prove that our eGro model is 1) financially viable 2) more profitable than conventional agriculture.
- Make sure our model becomes mainstream for all food and raw material production.
Long Term Objectives
Transform a semi-arid area and near desert into agroforestry
Transitioning depleted soils into fertile lands and keeping them permanently productive.
This will allow us to freely utilize the 19% of the total land areas of the planet where Xeric shrublands are dominant.
Investigating Caatinga of Brazil
Penetrate one entire country and make it 100% sustainable
Together with partners reach a critical mass of a single country with momentum and ensure that it is consolidated as a stable ecology.
The AgroEcological model understood by its people and thus reaching a stable and self sufficient economy.
Short Term Objectives
Critical mass among farmers in one area
We have chosen West Africa, Northen Ghana as our strategically healthy starting point to expand from.
Executed by Mubarak and Ibrahim w. Adam and 1400 people in 8 villages over 3 year period
Move eGros model to a second country
Copy paste our first learnings in a new setting, proving that we can do it better second time around and repeat it over and over again.
We chose Olessy in Kenya near lake Victoria
Make eGro model carbon net positive from day 1
Any true climate solution needs to make a positive impact imidiately, otherwise it will simply help to push us further over the edge as it scales.
Achieved in Kenya - but needs measuring and evidence