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as Harvard planner designer DIane E. Davis and teams have documented, there are “networks of sovereignties” to nest our projects into, beyond, but rooted in, our local fields of direct possibility

And if

we are the leaders we’ve been waiting for, as Detroit’s grounded prophet Grace Lee Boggs so often proclaimed

And if

our experiments are cuttinng eduge and mindful sound

Then

we must imagine and place our projects onto the stage of global history and partner with people beyond our normal borders, geographic and conceptual.

I hope to partner with people on the ground, deeply rooted in deeply local responses to “The Noah Challenge.”

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Friendman’s NYT Essay, 9/7/16 inspired the concept “Noah Challenge” and my commitment to study EO Wilson’s Half Earth, while also reading Naomi Klein’s

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Friendman’s NYT Essay, 9/7/16 inspired the concept “Noah Challenge” and my commitment to study EO Wilson’s Half Earth, while also reading Naomi Klein’s “This Changes Everything.”

Here is a note I sent to Professor Emmanuel Pratt, a Loeb Fellow at Harvard’s Graduate School of Design and Director of the Sweet Water Foundation in response:

Subject: SWF at Harvard & Vatican Square Response To The Noah Gaia Challenge

Dear Professor Pratt,

Friedman NYT report today on EO Wilson and Alison Sudol of International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) inspires this note:

I hope you might consider curating a panel for The Noah Challenge during your Harvard tenure with the following participants:

EO Wilson—On Half Earth

Naomi Klein—Capitalism and Climate

Victoria Pratt—Seeds of Change

Fr Sean McDonagh—Laudato Si Synodal Process

James C Scott—Metis As Spirit Force For The 99%

The conference would be considered a major metric for your New Normal Morphic Resonance

An important proof point in the direction of the Meta Metric lodestar discussed previously

Sweet Water Fair Land Model Village At HarvardVatican Squares

Sincerely,

James J. Godsil, Co Founder Board President
Sweet Water Foundation

September 07, 2016, at 10:19 AM by Godsil -
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If

as Harvard planner designer DIane E. Davis and teams have documented, there are “networks of sovereignties” to nest our projects into, beyond, but rooted in, our local fields of direct possibility

And if

we are the leaders we’ve been waiting for, as Detroit’s grounded prophet Grace Lee Boggs so often proclaimed

And if

our experiments are cuttinng eduge and mindful sound

Then

we must imagine and place our projects onto the stage of global history and partner with people beyond our normal borders, geographic and conceptual.

I hope to partner with people on the ground, deeply rooted in deeply local responses to “The Noah Challenge.”

I would like to merge the most far reaching model for Great Lakes Heartland response to the coupling of Laudato Si and Half Earth in response to The Noah Challenge.

Friendman’s NYT Essay, 9/7/16 inspired the concept “Noah Challenge” and my commitment to study EO Wilson’s Half Earth, while also reading Naomi Klein’s

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