Governance & Relations

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Our environment being the mother of all food, we incorporate our Food & Agriculture mission projects with a range of societal components for an improved production and distribution structure:
  • Climate & Environment
  • Energy & Infrastructure
  • Business & Economy
  • Health & Medicine

We are presently assessing COVID-19-related societal research projects. In the framework of this study, we welcome your expertise and contribution. Please, contact us via the form if you wish to become a contributor.

As the economy needs a re-launching, we are seizing the opportunities to reshape some of the elements of our economy so as to reduce pollution, increase recycling, promote health, and rething distribution in harmony with the needs of all levels and areas of our communities.

Law Crafting based on Community Needs

Traditionally law planning and crafting have been the result of leadership lobbying and negotiation with the administration. The coronavirus pandemic is opening new opportunities: we are currently participating in the re-designing of our food production-to-distribution system to face our re-shaped communities.
Public Debate
Colleges open doors to host public debates per town and neighborhoods. Small caucuses can rapidly bring the local concerns to the front and micro-economy can promptly be addressed.
Neighborhood Micro-Economy
Political Research for Law Making

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