How the Dutch Use Architecture to Feed the World

By Niall Patrick Walsh, The Netherlands is the world’s second-biggest exporter of agricultural products. This is remarkable when one considers that the only country which tops the Netherlands, the United States, is 237 times bigger in land area. Nevertheless, the Netherlands exported almost $100 billion in agricultural goods in 2017 alone, as well as $10 billion in agriculture-related products. The … Read more

Finland ends homelessness and provides shelter for all in need

In Finland, the number of homeless people has fallen sharply. The reason: The country applies the “Housing First” concept. Those affected by homelessness receive a small apartment and counselling – without any preconditions. 4 out of 5 people affected thus make their way back into a stable life. And: All this is cheaper than accepting … Read more

Drought in southern Africa and new armyworm invasion in Malawi

Emergency Meditation Update Many thanks to our friends at WeLoveMassMeditation for this information, update and meditation.  This is also in sync with the recent Cobra post as can be seen here: State of Mission Report The information you are about to read is directly impacting the Prepare For Change supported Nova Gaia Orphanage in Malawi … Read more

Conscious Parenting Group Calls Beginning 2020

  You Are Invited To an hour of parent shop talk on preparing children for the next dimension. We provide the topics with guided focus, yet an open format for you to shine some light   on what you and your children are experiencing in today’s world, with tomorrow’s reflection.  Let’s Connect to Give Rise … Read more

Battle of Amazon Indigenous Communities To Preserve Their Way Of Life Continues

Waorani community members participate in an assembly in Pastaza. Authored by Mitch Anderson In July, a court in Ecuador issued a ruling with profound implications for the urgent fight to save the imperiled Amazon rainforest. The decision effectively blocked a planned government oil auction that threatened half-a-million acres of some of the world’s most biodiverse primary rainforest. … Read more

Instead of Arresting the Homeless Population, City Paying Them to Pickup Trash

Authored By Jack Burns With the problem of homelessness in some cities becoming an epidemic, one Arkansas city appears to have a common sense approach to tackling the problem head on. They’re taking taxpayer dollars and paying the homeless to pick up trash. The Bridge to Work program started in April in Little Rock, Arkansas and pays … Read more

This Cardboard Greenhouse Uses Saltwater to Grow Produce in the World’s Harshest Climates

“The idea is so simple that it’s rather insulting.” By Elias Marat, As the fast-heating global climate increasingly becomes a problem, researchers are warning that severe and prolonged droughts could devastate global food supplies by the end of this century. However, UK-based company Seawater Greenhouse has devised a method of growing fruits and vegetables in some of the world’s … Read more

Creating “Bubbles of Heaven” and “Isles of Light”

By Karin Lacy, Hi, dear Ground Crew; We all are being challenged to think differently. The world is not going to change itself without our involvement. We each wanted to be here on planet Earth to experience this crucial time of ascension, of raising our vibration and consciousness.   If we ourselves, each one of … Read more

PFC Humanitarian Projects Volunteer Zoom Call This Sunday at 11 am CDT

  —See bottom of page for call-in information— Please know that this post is intended to reach out to all potential Humanitarian Projects Volunteers for  As we proceed on our paths, it is essential that we facilitate all positive movement to assist in The Event.  This certainly includes the absolute need to establish and … Read more