GEC's Social Benefits

A key component of our program is providing a significant social benefit to the indigenous population living in the rain forest protected under our contracts. The company considers the social benefits that the local population gains from this process is as important as the protection of the rainforest itself. Both are symbiotic to the other and the real key to long term sustainability


GEC will introduce technologies that enhance microbial activity resulting in greater crop yield. Additionally, we will implement the use of hydroponic farming to each village.

Sustainable Housing

The use of structural integrated panels as well as compressed extruded blocks (bricks) will be used for construction in the villages.


GEC is constantly in search of the newest most efficient technologies that can be used to maximize the efficiency of the targeted goals of our program.


GEC will provide both the educators and the students access to better training and remote learning from universities that have programs tailored for use in Africa.


There will be a major focus on protecting the habitat for all wildlife in the regions protected by our program with a heavy emphasis creating preserves for the endangered species such as the Bonobo and the Black Panther.

Sustainable Projects

In all cases we will attempt to construct facilities in the region to manufacture and deliver the components necessary to build: housing, schools, hospitals, roads, water, and soil treatment locations as well as sustainable food production facilities. We will strive to have as carbon neutral a footprint as feasible and to implement processes that are green in as many ways as possible

GEC will utilize the best technologies available to achieve our goal of improving the population's lifestyle. We plan to train local workers to both install these systems as well as maintain them through the useful life

We will provide the highest quality, most cost-efficient materials and processes possible to implement the agreed upon social programs. A primary focus of this effort will be to make use of as much local labor and supervision as possible in all aspects of what we do. The goal will be to redirect the local population from destroying the rain forest for their basic income by providing an alternative method of earning income to live. We, along with the governments we are working with, believe retraining the way people in the region think about their daily existence is a critical part of the long-term success of our projects.

Below are just a few examples of the Technologies GEC will deploy for an array of regional sustainable projects.
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Structural Insulated Panel Systems
Hydroponic Crop Growth
Advance microbial composting of food and animal waste
Advanced waste and water treatement systems
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(Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation)

R.E.D.D. carbon credits are based on the concepts of preserving forest lands or reforesting areas that have been clear cut in the past.

Facts pertaining to R.E.D.D. carbon Credits

Facts pertaining to R.E.D.D. carbon Credits

Tropical rain forests that the R.E.D.D. program protects play a vital role in the functioning of the planet's natural systems. The forests regulate local and global weather through their absorption and creation of rainfall as well as through their exchange of atmospheric gases which assists in the prevention of climate change. These rain forests are considered to be among the largest forms of carbon sequestration in the world.

One must consider the atmosphere of the globe is one closed system so it does not matter where in the world the carbon is created it can be absorbed by the forest half a globe away. The Amazon and the African basin rain forests create 50 - 80 percent of their own rainfall through transpiration. Cutting the rain forests (especially clear cutting as many logging companies do in these regions) changes the reflectivity of the earth's surface, which greatly affects global weather by altering wind and ocean current patterns, and changes rainfall distribution. If the forests continue to be destroyed, global weather patterns will likely become more unstable and extreme while carbon absorption (through photosynthesis) will continue to be diminished.

R.E.D.D. Key Factors

A key factor in preserving the rain forest is finding a way to change the practices of the government and the way local population are using the forest and its related destruction (i.e. logging concessions granted by the government, burning the trees to create charcoal and clearing for rudimentary farming efforts by the local population) as form of revenue or as a way to live. By monetizing these carbon credits, we are able to provide replacement income for the government to carry out social programs. GEC Communities will work in close concert with the government to find the most impactful ways to help the indigenous population benefit from this program. Additionally, to the extent the income from the sales of the carbon credits is used to create jobs, housing and an improved standard of living, the local population can be redirected from using the destruction of the rain forest as a method of feeding and housing themselves.

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