Developing remote communities into fully self-sustainable and produce exporting enterprise.

Terraforming Earth has the capabilities to develop very remote communities into fully self-sufficient and self-sustainable communities with the potential of revenue generation by the exporting of excess produce.

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One of the most remote human settlements on Earth

Pira-Kata is more commonly referred to as Kanpa. It is located in relatively close proximity to Warburton Community and many Warburton residents come out to Kanpa to go hunting and to camp out for a night or two.  Kanpa is recognised and equipped to act as an “outreach” site for vulnerable young people who are involved in the justice system and/or substance abuse (Kanpa Substance Abuse Prevention and Rehabilitation Facility). The community supports young people who require accommodation, diversion and support away from urban centres whilst on parole, undertaking community service and who are court-referred or self-referred. Kanpa does not have a school campus or a health clinic and is predominately used for law and justice issues, diversionary programs and substance abuse respite.  In 2006 the community became incorporated as Pira-Kata Community Aboriginal Corporation and became an official member community of Ngaanyatjarra Council.

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Terraforming human community living for self-reliance and self-sufficiency

The Terraforming Earth Solution Providers have all the necessary skills and knowledge to develop fully self-sufficient and self-sustainable communities. The added value of TE development is our sensitivity to the impact of activities on the community and the environment. Integration is a very fundamental approach to everything TE does.

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Applying closed looped aquaponic greenhouse systems to optimise the use of water and yield of produce

The key to producing food in very water stressed areas is the highly efficient irrigation methodologies and design that optimises the use of available water for food production. The amount water used is only 10-15% that of conventional methods.