Genesis Morocco: Shape of things to come...


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Genesis Morocco

Project Genesis is a strategic sustainable development framework for Morocco to translate from being a net importer of energy and a country facing water shortage issues, into the number one producer both of clean renewable energy and water in the region.

Sunday, July 6, 2008    <<Home

Shape of things to come...










A program of the type proposed in this blog can provide a useful help to the solution of the conflict between Arabs and Israel, by oppening the way to a joint-colonization of the neguev and sinai deserts. Solving the issue of territory by making more available should be the way to go. The sinai and the neguev are good places to experiment what it is going to mean in the next century to fullfil our adaptation to the planet through making efficient life environment in the most unexpected areas such as deserts.

In the same approach, the gobi desert constitues for China a large piece of exploitable real estate, a genesis program of this type could help solve the energy question for China in a sustainable and pollution free way. Colonization of the gobi desert, with solutions such as domed cities proposed by Buckminster Fuller.

For Morocco, colonization of the sahara desert through the collaboration of neighboring states within the organization known as UMA would open bright new perspectives for the union. Creating inner land cities, that are also poles of energy production is a fascinating prospect for the future. It is a viable solution for the reconversion of energy dependent economies such as ours, but also that of energy producers.

As a matter of fact, all of Project Atlas could run on Algerian gaz, while we bring up our potential for the future, solar energy. We thus make available ressources for the colonization of the desert, where solar energy production can be achieved.

The first form of colonies would be solar farms, but if we indeed see the emergence of domed cities, and transport infrastructure then we can contemplate a future where bullet trains will link the cities to the coastal areas, seamlessly.

I think this type of colonization should take a long time or a drastic change into how we manage the most available energy source there is, solar energy, in the places where its most available to produce, the major deserts of the world.