Training, teaching and planning any community process to work and maintain, in a sustainable way, their:
FOOD SOURCES - land, crops, fishing, aquaculture, Food Factories
ENERGY SOURCES - solar panels, water desalination, rain water, biodiesel and R4 across the town/country.
SOCIOECONOMIC ASPECTS - Community, Banks-COOP, Hospitals, Commerce, Schools, Manufacturing & Construction.
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