The Space Mission Earth Program Webinar
University of Arizona Cooperative Extension Gila County presents: Garden and Country Extension Webinar Series. A Zoom webinar (60-minutes or less) featuring a variety of horticultural and natural resource topics relevant to the environmental conditions and residential concerns of Gila County, Arizona.
Featured Topic: The Space Mission Earth Program Webinar
Featured Speaker: Charles M. Beck, B.S., Community Planning and Development, University of California at Davis. Charles has worked as a municipal, county, regional, and Environmental Transportation Agency planner. He presented on a Global Infrastructure Initiative, Ecoregion Transportation Corridor Placemaking, and Climate Change Adaptation and Transformation at national and international conferences. His projects include infrastructure climate adaptation, Ecoregion placemaking, solar-hydrogen energy and the development of the For-Benefit Synthesis Three organization. As a multiple agency planning practitioner, he managed over 200 projects that involved daily communications with planners, designers, engineers, scientists, multiple land use agencies, developers, public officials the public and stakeholders. He has also worked in the U.S. Navy as a meteorology and oceanography technician, aerospace for the Space Shuttle, construction, prospecting, and archaeology. He has written the book “Space Mission Earth – Concept Development upon which this presentation is based.
Webinar Overview: We all live in a planetary civilization. Everyone contributes to the Planet Earth Civilization. We are all the builders through our thoughts and actions. The construct of a planet civilization elevates us all to a common ground. A program is introduced with the intent to establish Planet Earth Equitable Social – Environmental Stewardship. The program structure is based upon For Benefit, Open Access to Knowledge and Open Source platforms. The program and book titled Space Mission Earth for all intents and purposes are structured as an operational space program. Their mission is to develop the planet’s civilization as if it were a new planet through equitable social and environmental stewardship implementation actions. Principles and tools are presented to work within a common ground for the balance of the Environment, Nature and Humanity within the planet. The project and the synthesis concept are presented for further development as proof of concept through planet wide input.
Facilitator: Chris Jones, Extension Agent, University of Arizona Gila County Cooperative Extension
Zoom Link: https://arizona.zoom.us/j/82380352244 Please log in up to 10 minutes prior to the webinar.
Registration: Not required