HUG LOW COST FRESH WATER TRANSFER 2

Based on the vortex or a physical phenomena of the Spiral:

HUG Spiraling Pipeline

WATER TRANSFER AND OUR MISSION:  

Our mission is to be the best in the world in micro hydro electric and water transfer management: by evolving innovative damless hydroelectric and water transfer technology. We create Today’s Tall Tree Nurseries to support Micro Finance for women farmers and their families using the Carbon Tax Fund, a new form of foreign aid. We export Mechanization for more productive agriculture.

Water shortages may not lead to war, but they most certainly lead to food shortages, increased poverty and the spread of disease– followed by social unrest and violence.

Today, the world faces a crisis that only a handful of experts were even vaguely aware of in 1970: climate disruption.

However, evidence suggests that future adaptation will be different and probably more difficult, as resources near depletion at the global scale.

Unfortunately the world has yet to make sustainable efforts to cope with this impending challenge.

The Shortage of Water:  the Water Transfer

There is no question that water is absolutely necessary for human survival. However, over one billion people on Earth already do not have access to a clean water supply. With a growing population, this number will drastically increase, especially as we continue to abuse, pollute, and deplete our current supplies. Water use will increase by 20% between the years 2000 and 2020, and by 2025, 58% of the population is expected to live in countries of low to catastrophic water availability. Even more water will be needed for irrigation as growing regional populations will require increased agricultural production. In the not too distant future, arid lands that are rapidly being developed will not be able to sustain their people or their land use practices.

The warning signs are clear: falling water tables, shrinking rivers and lakes, widespread pollution, creeping desertification.  Something must be done about the coming, and present shortage of water that is occurring on a global scale. We all live downstream.

How much money to solve the water crisis?

Most people are taking a serious look at the numbers within the context of the Millennium Development Goal (MDG) to “reduce by half the proportion of people without sustainable access to safe drinking water and basic sanitation by 2015.”

The World Bank offers a range of cost estimates to reach MDG goals. They estimate the cost of reaching “basic levels of coverage…in water and sanitation” to be $9 billion at the low end, and $30 billion a year for “achieving universal coverage” for water and sanitation. Continue reading HUG LOW COST FRESH WATER TRANSFER 2

MOTHER EARTH: Environment Deterioration 2

ENVIRONMENT DETERIORATION  & OUR  MISSION:  

The overall problem involves environmental deterioration. Our mission is to be the best in the world in micro hydro electric and water resource management: by evolving innovative damless hydroelectric and water transfer technology. We create Today’s Tall Tree Nurseries to support Micro Finance for women farmers and their families using the Carbon Tax Fund, a new form of foreign aid. We export Mechanization for a more productive agriculture.

Is the World Indifferent to Us?

We are faced with global environmental deterioration: the urgent need for a radical change.
There is a potential for an “ecological catastrophe under the effective explosion of industrial civilization”

Mother Earth: Environment Deterioration

Ten Upsetting Trends

1. Exposure to atmospheric pollutants produces a broad spectrum of health hazards, especially for the poor, and causes mil¬lions of premature deaths.
2. In many parts of the planet, the elderly lament that once beautiful landscapes are now covered with rubbish. Each year hundreds of millions of tons of waste are generated, much of it non-biodegradable, highly toxic and radioactive, from homes and businesses, from construction and demolition sites, from clinical, electronic and industrial sources. The earth, our home, is beginning to look more and more like an immense pile of filth. These problems are closely linked to a throwaway culture: just reducing things to rubbish.
3. A very solid scientific consensus indicates that we are presently witnessing a disturbing warming of the climatic system.
4. As these gases build up in the atmosphere, they hamper the escape of heat produced by sunlight at the earth’s surface. The problem is aggravated by a model of development based on the intensive use of fossil fuels, which is at the heart of the worldwide energy system. Carbon dioxide pollution increases the acidification of the oceans and compromises the marine food chain.
5. The melting in the polar ice caps and in high altitude plains can lead to the dangerous release of methane gas, while the decomposition of frozen organic material can further increase the emission of carbon dioxide. Things are made worse by the loss of tropical forests which would otherwise help to mitigate climate change.
6. A rise in the sea level can create extremely serious situations, if we consider that a quarter of the world’s population lives on the coast or nearby, and that the majority of our mega cities are situated in coastal areas.
7. Large cities dependent on significant supplies of water have experienced periods of water shortage. Some studies warn that an acute water shortage may occur within a few decades unless urgent action is taken.
8. Many of the world’s coral reefs are already barren or in a state of constant decline. “Who turned the wonder world of the seas into under¬water cemeteries bereft of color and life?”. It is aggravated by the rise in temperature of the oceans.
9. We know that approximately a third of all food produced is discarded, and “whenever food is thrown out it is as if it were stolen from the table of the poor
10. The social dimensions of global change include the effects of technological innovations on employment, social exclusion, an inequitable distribution and consumption of energy and other services, social breakdown, increased violence and a rise in new forms of social aggression, drug trafficking, growing drug use by young people, and the loss of identity.

The Poor

1. Many of the poor have no other financial resources or activities which can enable them to adapt to climate change or to face natural disasters, and their access to social services and protection is very limited.
2. Sadly, there is widespread indifference to such suffering, which is even now taking place throughout our world.
3. Water poverty especially affects Africa where large sectors of the population have no access to safe drinking water or experience droughts which impede agricultural production.
4. Every day, the poor experience unsafe water results in many deaths and the spread of water-related diseases, including those caused by microorganisms and chemical sub-stances. Dysentery and cholera, linked to inadequate hygiene and water supplies, are a significant cause of suffering and of infant mortality.
5. The land of the southern poor is rich and mostly unpolluted, yet access to ownership of goods and resources for meeting vital needs is inhibited by a system of commercial relations and ownership which is structurally perverse.
6. Many professionals, opinion makers, communications media and centers of power, being located in affluent urban areas, are far removed from the poor, with little direct contact with their problems.                                                                                                                                      7.  A deep and melancholic dissatisfaction with interpersonal relations, or a harmful sense of isolation can arise.
8. To blame population growth instead of extreme and selective consumerism on the part of some, is one way of refusing to face the issues.

Weak Responses

These situations have caused sister earth, along with all the abandoned of our world, to cry out, pleading that we take another course. Never have we so hurt and mistreated our common home as we have in the last two hundred years. Continue reading MOTHER EARTH: Environment Deterioration 2

MICRO HYDRO ELECTRICITY 2

 MICRO HYDRO AND OUR MISSION:  

Our mission is to be the best in the world in micro hydro electricity and water resource management: by evolving innovative damless hydro electric and water transfer technology. We create Today’s Tall Tree Nurseries to support Micro Finance for women farmers and their families using the Carbon Tax Fund, a new form of foreign aid. We export Mechanization for a more productive agriculture.

hydro kinetic power

  • Hydro kinetic technologies use the power of moving water.
  • New hydro kinetic generation technologies are primarily in the development, demonstration, and pilot phases of deployment and have not yet been commercialized.
  • In 2011, the U.S. had less than 1 megawatt (MW) of installed hydrokinetic, as compared to more than 77,000 MW of conventional hydroelectric generation capacity.
  • Some experts predict that hydrokinetic energy could provide 13,000 MW of new generation capacity to the United States by 2025.

Approximately 2 MW of wave power and 4 MW of tidal power have been installed, but mostly as short-run tests or prototypes.

The 254MW Sihwa Lake tidal power station in South Korea, completed in 2011. The cost to the Korean Government was $US293 million, roughly $1,000,000 per MW  versus HUG Micro Hydro Electricity: $315,000/MW

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The 254MW Sihwa Lake tidal power station in South Korea, completed in 2011. The cost to the Korean Government was $US293 million, roughly $1,000,000 per MW  versus HUG Micro Hydro Electricity: $315,000/MW

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Sunset Falls of the Skykomish River at Index, WA where the powerhouse of an older, now defunct hydro dam project was to have been located.

Dam Proposed for South Fork Skykomish would have been an Economic Loser.

The  Sky Dam proposal: 30 MW, with the same length of 39 m (129′) (effectively 13.7 MW): $150,000,000 

 Micro Hydro Electricity from RapidsHUG Pump

This HUG Micro Hydro Electricity is ideal to produce electricity in remote areas without the use of a dam. In addition, if we wanted to make use of the pressure at the end of the HUG Pipeline, water could be sent over a long distance for irrigation purposes. Additional benefits include: Continue reading MICRO HYDRO ELECTRICITY 2

LIVING WATER MICROFINANCE LEGACY 2

YOUR LEGACY AND MICRO FINANCE:  

Our mission is to build a legacy in the world of micro hydro electric and water resource management: by evolving innovative damless hydroelectric and water transfer technology. We create Today’s Tall Tree Nurseries to support Micro Finance for women farmers and their families using the Carbon Tax Fund, a new form of foreign aid. We export Mechanization for a more productive agriculture.

Untitled-60    Patron  Wanted  who is Crucial to our Development

Your Legacy becomes a Living Memorial to your generosity:

Prayer Legacy

Dear God, we thank You for Your unique gift of our planet earth.

Dear God, we ask for Your forgiveness for creating our environmental turmoil that increase poverty.

Dear God, may this Endowment create a new Climate of Change in this country.

               Please say a small prayer for me,

              O. Johnson

Planned Giving

“Planned giving, very simply, is gift planning. It is the process of designing charitable gifts so that the donor realizes philanthropic objectives while maximizing tax and other financial benefit

Planned giving means that you may make an immediate and/or a deferred gift.

  • You may reduce your taxes now and/or upon your death without taking away from your financial security or the legacy you plan for your heirs.Philanthropy

Why Plan Your Giving

Incentives take the form of a tax credit in the case of individuals, and a reduction in taxable income in the case of corporations.

Key Tax Provisions

  • Individuals receive a tax credit for charitable donations approaching 50%.
  • Donations may be claimed up to 75% of income while living or 100% in the year of death and carried back to the preceding year.
  • Unclaimed donations can be carried forward up to five years, and/or combined with the spouse’s giving, to provide maximum tax relief to high income earner.
  • Gifts of property enjoy reduced capital gains taxation. Capital gains tax is reduced by 50%.

Does your donation go where you think?

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AFRICAPITALISM: NEXT6 2


NEXT 6 and our MISSION:  

Our mission is to be the best in the world in micro hydro electric and water resource management: by evolving innovative damless hydroelectric and water transfer technology. We create Today’s Tall Tree Nurseries to support Micro Finance for women farmers and their families using the Carbon Tax Fund, a new form of foreign aid. We export Mechanization for a more productive agriculture. We partner with teams of Next 6 to develop AfriCapitalism.

AFRICAPITALISM: NEXT 6

NEXT6
                                                           NEXT6 YOUTH
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                                                 NEXT6

Our Living Water Investment Trust is where African entrepreneurs can share a customized business plan with us. The Investor receives a huge social benefit of helping to support small projects.

Our business mentors, Next help guide an assessment of the business’s strengths and weaknesses. Two teams of Next will cooperate (“coopetition”) while working in the same type of business.

Living Water Is Corporation will guarantee a healthy return on investments in the first year. The entrepreneur may be asked to invest as little as 10% of the investment required. The entrepreneur’s business information is confidential and secure.

The entrepreneurs in Africa is the main recipient and  they will own 40% of the new venture — with only 10% down payment. The remaining 51% is held by Living Water Is Corporation , which in turn is supported by equity investors (9%), who views this project closer aligned with a donation through a Crowd funding promotion. 

NEXT6 GET INVOLVED
                                     NEXT6: GET INVOLVED

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