Where markets and governments underinvest

Food insecurity is inextricably linked to deforestation, population growth, hunger, malnutrition, crop losses, soil degradation, poverty, food price volatility, market access, employment, marginalisation, education and lack of socioeconomic development. CPRSX’s solution to Food Insecurity transfers open air farming into fully enclosed, environmentally controlled, biologically and technologically controlled 5 hectare greenhouses. Pesticides and chemicals are eliminated in favour of biological growing mediums. Newly designed LED growing lights, controlled drip irrigation and advanced leaf and food maintenance processes increase annual harvest counts, food nutrition and crop yields. The dramatic increase in crop yields, food quality consistency and annual harvest counts permits CPRSX to forward project harvest dates, crop yields, delivery dates to buyers and therefore, reliable cash flow projections. Once CPRSX’s solution is implemented, catalytic philanthropy will harness political and market forces to bring CPRSX’s innovations to those countries, where people need them the most.

The high crop yields exceed open air farming by 200% to 2,300 % depending on the food crops (see example chart below). Redundant farmland soil will be detoxified and regenerated through CPRSX’s hi-tech Pyrolysis, Biochar and soil program, followed by afforestation of the redundant farmlands. Indigenous Peoples, poor farmers and locals obtain new opportunities for employment, education and skills development. Children, senior citizens and women alike benefit from access to nutritional food and new opportunities. Food produced will feed all people and generations, now and in the future. The CPRSX Climate Change Action Plan  TM delivers on all 17 Sustainable Development Goals.

This CPRSX Climate Change Action Plan  TM is scientifically and academically supportable. Land areas required to obtain increased crop output under the plan, are much lower than open air farming requires, which allows for the recovery of redundant farming land for afforestation and wildlife preservation, while enhancing the environmental resources. The approach also recovers land areas lost to logging and deforestation which is important, because the alternative is continued deforestation, soil and water degradation, environmental harm, wildlife and marine life extinction and human suffering.

CPRSX entered into long term (25 to 34 year) Joint Venture Partnerships with Indigenous Peoples and poor landowner farmers in the Philippines, to implement our Protected Food Production Program, firstly with the Bugkalot Confederation for implementation in or before 2018, followed by implementation in Mindanao, then nationwide. The first project is a collaboration in a Joint Venture Partnership with the indigenous Bugkalot Confederation of Nueva Vizcaya, Quirino and Aurora Provinces in the Philippines. The Bugkalot contribute the human resources and land areas to the JV Partnership. CPRSX contributes the management, financial resources, education and technology through its European, Canadian and American partnerships and alliances.

CPRSX’s solution to food insecurity produces amazingly higher yields of nutritious food yields (and annual harvests) per hectare, compared to traditional open air farming. By-products include soil regeneration and afforestation, carbon sequestration, new socioeconomic opportunities and poverty mitigation at worst, but more than likely poverty elimination.

 

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