Enabling cooperation between organizations that work in the field, public entities responsible for water resources, financial institutions, research centers, innovative businesses, educational institutions and other entities in order to create sustainable changes that improve and accelerate existing solutions in the area of prevention, cleaning and the subsequent maintenance of waterway ecosystems.
Leveraging the existing technical and operational knowledge on cleaning and restoring ecosystems, and organizing it according to watershed basins.
Maximizing the role of nature in restoration (flora and fauna).
Encouraging citizens to play an active role in restoring ecosystems.
What happens if a global HUB helps to build the ecosystem that is able to drive cleaning and restoration efforts in a faster and more lasting manner that can also create jobs?
What tangible and intangible assets are currently underused and could be very useful?
What knowledge, tools and useful methodology can the HUB create that could potentially make it easier for citizen communities working towards the same goal to perform tasks?
What available relevant data could probably be combined with other data that does not yet exist or is not shared?
What knowledge and experience of successes and failures are held by specialists all over the world that we are currently not leveraging and could be crucial?
We leverage abundance for a greater positive impact
Co-creating new solutions or hybrids based on existing solutions to achieve better results and to scale their impact
Collecting, generating and sharing useful data for the entities that work with ecosystems
Designing volunteer strategies with donor institutions and companies
Building a global network of ambassadors/opinion leaders
Adjusting, integrating and proving innovative technological, non-technological, social and governance methods, including sustainable financing and citizen science
Innovative creators of technological solutions with nature-based biological solutions
Solutions with transdisciplinary contributions: Artificial intelligence, robotics, blockchain, big data, photonics, anthropology, biomimetics, humanities, etc.
Experts around the world through LinkedIn and by creating global job listings
Participating entities through virtual and in-person events.
Capital with innovations, promoting funding and alliances.
Volunteers with multiple solutions and entities
Creating and sharing inspirational audiovisual content
A marketplace where experts, businesses, communities, etc., offer their resources and propose initiatives in the ecosystems
Providing volunteer organizations with the right equipment for cleaning, restoring and/or measuring
Measuring the HUBís role according to the number of participating entities, the number of connections made and, in summary, measuring how these efforts have contributed towards completing the mission