Local cyclic management of resources

Regional cyclic management of resources, goods and services boosts local growth and development and generates employment.

Regional energy generation for local consumption increases the independence from international energy markets, recuces CO2 emissions and recudes energy costs.

Regional material flow management reclaims valuable materials through recycling, minimizes environmental impact of solid waste and keeps nutrients in the soil.

Regional water management keeps aquifers and streams healthy and makes sustainable land use possible.

Regional short water cycles alleviate climate deterioration. Repairing the short water cycles over large areas can measurably improve the climate.

Regional management facilitates planning, implementation, evaluation and optimization cycles since small-scale processes are more transparent and feedback loops shorter as opposed to large-scale systems such as centralized water and waste water management.