What do GAIANistas DO?
Driving Breakthroughs to a Thriving Future
COUNTRIES IN SIMILAR STAGES OF DEVELOPMENT CAN CHALLENGE EACH OTHER WITH PROJECTS THEY BOTH NEED
WINNERS IN MULTIPLE CATEGORIES WILL RECEIVE PLAQUES AT A GALA CELEBRATORY EVENT, HOSTED BY THE UNITED NATIONS AND EXEMPLARY CORPORATIONS AND BROADCAST ON KGIA .
REF. KYOTO PRIZE
The Kyoto Prize (京都賞 Kyōto-shō) is Japan's highest private award for global achievement. It is given not only to those that are top representatives of their own respective field, but also to those that have contributed to humanity with their work. The Kyoto Prize is regarded by many as the most prestigious award available in fields that are not traditionally honored with a Nobel Prize. The prize has been awarded annually since 1985 by the Inamori Foundation, founded by Kazuo Inamori. The honorary president of the Foundation is Princess Takamado.
Here are some of the possible Projects and Challenges for Countries.
Since these are larger scale and more costly projects than for individuals or nonprofit organizations, longer times and significant budgets may be appropriate.
Which projects will you support for your
country? What else will improve environmental or other issues in your country?
Corporations have been appropriating land
and resources as though they were free for
...but, they belong to us all, particularly, our children. Resources must have a fee attached... part of which cover the expense of restoring the land.
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