Sustainable agriculture in circular processes
Green Desert and OPEN WIND are dedicated to rural civilization, with a focus on agriculture. The challenges of increasing population growth and climate change require a fundamental rethinking of current food systems.
For agricultural production, this means that in the future, natural resources must be preserved in the long term. For agricultural production, this means that in the future, natural resources must be preserved in the long term. Soil, water and biodiversity are interrelated. To achieve this, agricultural production, including animal husbandry, must be made sustainable.
Improving the quality of small-scale rural areas
To avoid famine and rural exodus, small-scale rural areas and small-scale agriculture in particular must also be made qualitatively attractive. Energy, water, building materials and wages are the key concepts for constructive development of rural village communities.
Available energy and clean water are indispensable prerequisites for this.
Reliable water supply is an indispensable building block
This is where the KUKATE34 concept comes into play again. There is no doubt that its implementation will enable hundreds of thousands of small farms around the world to secure a reliable water supply for people, animals and land irrigation and, if necessary, also to replace an electrical energy source.