Using new technologies, we want to make people self-reliant in the triptych of energy / water / agriculture
Financing projects for the restoration and protection of the environment and ecosystems to showcase our approach.
The world climate emergency
Climate experts tell us that the earth is becoming hotter and hotter. 2018 and 2019 were the hottest years in human history. Many scientists worldwide have been issuing warnings in recent decades about the risk this increase in temperature poses for humanity.
Most countries have listened. In December 2015, for the first time, 195 countries signed a global climate agreement (COP21). Legally binding, its essential objective is to contain global warming below 2 °C compared to pre-industrial levels.
The only way to stop this trend is by reducing the impact of human activity on the climate.
Otherwise, we will be faced with the worsening humanitarian, health, economic and ecological crises that we see around the world. Not to mention geopolitical conflict which is bound to emerge.
And in France ?
All of France has been experiencing significant climate changes for several years, resulting in extreme variations in temperature, droughts, floods, storms, forest fires, retreating glaciers, melting snow, and other events which significantly upset human beings but also flora and fauna.
To meet the objectives of COP21, France’s Climate Plan (unveiled in July 2017) sets itself a zero carbon target by 2050 in order to contain global warming below 2 °C. However, specialists agree that we are currently following a trajectory of around 4 to 5 °C, which would make the planet uninhabitable.
The High Council for Climate (HCC) agreed in its first report: « France is not on a greenhouse gas emission trajectory compatible with its international commitments ».
To bring together the finest modern and traditional sustainable technology and know-how, and develop new integrated solutions to help sustain local populations.
Our goal is to lessen the impact of global warming, and to participate in its stabilization by creating self-sufficient green corridors that will reduce greenhouse gas emissions by absorbing CO2 and pollution, and foster the creation of a local economy.
Grouping of these islands digitally, from one to the next, makes it possible to knit the areas together and offset their deficiencies.
In order to achieve this, new green, local, purifying technologies, interacting with people and their knowledge can be implemented going forward. Our mission consists in gathering and integrating them in peoples’ lives in order to respond to their fundamental needs: drinking, eating, working, living!
To help develop a local economy to make people self-reliant in an “energy – water – agriculture triptych”
Associated with miniaturized digital advances, they also introduce fairer and healthier development for the biosphere and make it possible to meet basic human needs:
- Water is a source of life but also a vector of many diseases due to setting up a treatment and reuse system while drastically reducing environmental sampling.
- Electric energy supplies homes and provides them with minimal comfort through the use of solar energy, micro-wind turbines or micro hydraulic power stations.
- Fire (the flame) is required to fight against deforestation and encourage water electrolysis and the use of hydrogen.
Satisfying these needs encourages agriculture and livestock husbandry, from which a local micro-economy can emerge.
The transition to sustainable agricultural and food systems is one of the preconditions for food and nutrition safety, as well as implementation of the United Nations 2030 Agenda.
Making new technologies accessible in coordination with local know-how to foster greater self-reliance.
NTC’s ambition is to establish populations in green corridors, which will guarantee them self-reliance and self-sufficiency while protecting biodiversity. Grouping of these points of reference digitally, from one to the next, makes it possible to knit the areas together and offset their deficiencies.
Digital technology makes it possible to facilitate management of these points of reference by setting up educational tools and by accurately measuring the impact of the actions undertaken. It also facilitates identification of the best solutions and shares them within the network. Therefore, we can envisage shared production and global resilience.
The multiplication of agricultural production points will participate in absorption of CO2 by plants, strengthening the virtuous circle of absolutely basic needs such as access to quality water and helping to settle populations.
All our actions are undertaken together with local authorities and established businesses. The networks created form an integral part of the existing local economy, allowing for consolidation.
as a raw material
& desalination of sea water
Some companies manufacture technologies for the production of hydrogen at low cost, which can free women from collecting wood and starting ovens.
Women will no longer need to collect wood and fire up the ovens, and instead can spend more time on education and participation in social and economic life.
This will help to create and develop a craft hub.
Hydrogen enables both energy production through fire and therefore the development of craft services (cooking, welding, forging, industrial oven, etc.) as the basis of a local economy.
Hydrogen can also prevent inflammatory diseases by inhalation and enable plant treatment via dilution in water.
We have access to leading, patented technology enabling use of this extremely promising low-consumption gas, which can be fed using renewable energy sources.
WHO WE ARE ?
An association under the law of 1901, NCT was created in 2020 due to the pandemic associated with Covid-19, among other considerations. Basically, this crisis has highlighted the fragility of our global economic situation by limiting the movement of people and goods.
The effects of climate change are felt worldwide: storms, floods, droughts, extreme temperatures (very high or very low). There are many more climate refugees than war and conflict refugees. Then, Covid-19 should serve as a warning to the planet.
Our aim : is to bring together the finest modern and traditional sustainable technology and know-how, and develop new integrated solutions to help sustain local populations.
Our goal : is to lessen the impact of global warming, and to participate in its stabilization by creating self-sufficient green corridors that will reduce greenhouse gas emissions by absorbing CO2 and pollution, and foster the creation of a local economy.
Solidarity in terms of accessibility to the means of sustainable energy production.
Respect for humans and the environment.
Transparency in the assembly and implementation of resources (human, technical and financial).
A GREEN CORRIDOR
A tangible project for the town of KOUVE in TOGO
Hydrogen enables energy production through fire and therefore the development of craft services (cooking, welding, forging, industrial oven, etc.) as the basis of a local economy.
This technology will also help, by inhalation, to prevent inflammatory diseases and to treat crops via dilution in water to avoid the use of pesticides.
We have exclusive access to leading, patented technology enabling use of this extremely promising low-consumption gas.
Aims of the project :
Setting up a self-reliant green corridor by creating a local life hub focusing on fire-related trades (including forging, cutting, melting of glass but also cooking).
The aim is to develop local agriculture but also to free up women’s time and allow them to participate in economic and social life and support children’s education.
Project start: July 2021