PraxEco

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Introduction

We all are aware of the urgency of action, yet, too often, we remain in our separate bubbles, disconnected. How can we build a better future, given the distractions and constraints of our daily lives? How can we build trust and gratitude towards one another for contributions we exchange?

Praxis Ecosystem is a network of people, projects, communities, and organizations practicing interdisciplinary solutions for the greater good. Our collaborative mindset is based on trust, recognition and feedback to derive and deliver value out of simple involvement and influence.

‘Praxis’ means progressive engagement, exercise, and application to realize a certain idea. ‘Ecosystem’ refers to a self-reliant network composed of a diversity of organisms that collaborate to live, feed and reproduce. In short, the name PraxEco refers to the recurrent exercise of ideas that promote a resilient and self-sufficient future.

Mission

PraxEco is an open network fueled by collective empowerment to innovate solutions in various domains tailored towards self-sufficiency. As a hub for collaborative research and business incubation, PraxEco’s mission is to facilitate the creation of projects, products and services, industry by industry, that contribute towards a sustainable, zero-waste, and abundant future.

Infographic Summary

PraxEco - InfoGraphic R4.0.pdf

Vision

PraxEco is a crowd-led crowd-funded network that is designed to behave as a living organism. It feeds off engagement, even minimal, to foster talents and interests and facilitate the cross-pollination of diverse experts and investors. It is an open network that pools partners and resources towards founding, funding and support for innovative and highly sustainable ideas and projects. The goal of this collaboration is to co-create a strategic web of multi-disciplinary organizations that focus on the basics: eliminating wastes, producing and eating healthy food, enjoying fun livelihood.

Recommended Read: Life’s economy is primarily based on collaborative rather than competitive advantage. - Daniel Christian Wahl

Core Values

Transparent. Integrity, trust, communication... All our information is shared with the public. We believe in a collaborative future.

Adaptable. Regenerative, sustainable, up-gradable, modifiable, flexible, systematically considerate.

Simple. Efficient, effective, comprehensible, naturally smart and fact-based.

"If we really wish to put an end to our ongoing international and social problems we must eventually declare Earth and all of its resources as the common heritage of all the world's [people.]" - Jacque Fresco, The Venus Project

"...inhabitants and biodiversity." - PraxEco Network

The Logo

  • The leaf: represents mother nature, the parent of all ecosystems.

  • The digital cell: represents technology, a key facilitator in achieving the fundamentals of any goal. It is displayed in the form of a leaf to declare that any technology involved in PraxEco will be eco-friendly.

  • The eye: represents the important role of guidance that us humans have. We are the mentors on Earth response-able for all forms of life on Earth.

  • The dots connecting each of the trinity represent the network of PraxEco that is continuously connecting the dots and positively impacting the ecosystem.

  • The trinity are combined in a triangular manner to represent the self-sufficient nature of their harmonic collaboration.


PraxEco - The Name

Prax:

    • "Practice, Exercise, Action", 1580s, from Medieval Latin praxis [1]

Eco:

    • Ecosystems : A network of composed of an environment and organisms that live, feed and reproduce in it.

    • Ecology: The branch of biology that deals with the relations of organisms to one another and to their physical surroundings.

    • Self-sustainability, representing naturally autonomous systems.

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