The EDSP ECO Foundation is a non-profit organization and provides high value consultancy and support to organizations globally that are responsible for actions to protect the planet, end poverty or grow prosperity. We work with scientists and public or private organizations to develop innovative, durable and sustainable technologies for the transition towards a circular economy and build & propose solutions to ensure that the earth will continue to be a safe place to live for future generations.
We view climate change as one of the biggest challenges of our times and aim for a fast transition towards a sustainable society using only renewable energy. We develop innovative, durable and sustainable technologies for this transition and promote the ideas of organizations we work with like the 40 solutions provided by Urgenda. EDSP provides platforms and executes multiple projects to support organizations who fight climate change like the Mobilisation for the Environment (MOB) and other organizations who confront government & dirty company policies not in line with the changes required to save the planet.
The Air Data Program is originally an initiative from the University of Stuttgart and the OK Lab Stuttgart which is part of the program Code for Germany of the Open Knowledge Foundation and was founded in 2015. The Air Data Team of EDSP ECO has adopted the program, enrolled their concept in several cities in the Netherlands, has build custom solutions and provided a repository to assist other organizations with the enrollment of their own Air Data Project. We incorporated the Program in our Environmental Data Monitor Platform which is an open source, cloud based and free of charge solution.
The EDSP ECO Foundation works on sustainable solutions in the field of food, raw materials, mobility and energy with the aim of promoting health, restoring nature and the climate and thus securing our future. One of the ways we support these goals is by growing a 1,8 hectare (4,5 acres) Food Forest.
The Hilkensberg Food Forest is an initiatives where we try to bring nature and agriculture closer together and to give both a place in mutual respect: Nature-inclusive agriculture and thus shaping nature in a way that we can live from it without causing damage to the environment, nature or the climate is our dream. We anticipate climate change and its consequences and apply new insights into nature, food and soil processes in practice.
Our website www.biomassmurder.org supports more than 200 organizations worldwide against the logging and burning of woody biomass for electricity & heat generation purposes and contains hundreds of international research papers and official documents and more than a thousand news-items and numerous videos on the health issues, and damage to the environment and climate change which the burning of woody biomass causes. We are preparing multiple court cases against executive politicians and expect to be filing a Biomass Legal Case at the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague.
The EDSP EcoLabel application adds significant value to eco-startups and projects by delivering a decentralized platform that runs eco-applications which execute exactly as programmed without any possibility of downtime, censorship, fraud or third-party interference. EcoLabel provides real-time insight into the realization of actual sustainable and durable progress which is registered, measured and made visible for the public and transformed into cryptocurrency, digital shares or contracts by using Ethereum BlockChain Technology. The platform which supports the EcoLabel application is EcoTab.
The Environmental Data Monitor project was initiated in 2019 and offers an open source Cloud platform containing tooling and custom views for civilians and environmental services to monitor their environment for free. The aim of the program is to promote development in the areas of transparency, Open Data and Citizen Science. Regional groups consisting of designers, developers, journalists and others meet regularly in Labs. They develop apps that inform, positively shape and support society and make the work of administrations and authorities more transparent.
The main goal of this EDSP non-profit eco project is to save the bees and with it the ecology and economy worldwide.
Objectives to achieve this goal are:
- Public Awareness
- Citizen Participation
- Precautionary Actions
- Increase Bee Population
- Stimulate Change
The town of Tawergha was ethnically cleansed and the 40,000 inhabitants were violently evicted. EDSP ECO established the Tawergha foundation to support the Tawergha youth organization. Our objectives:
- Advance the return of the refugees from Tawergha to their village.
- Create awareness inside and outside Libya for their situation.
- Provide development for the population of Tawergha through courses.
- Promote employment and self- sufficiency for the people of Tawergha.
- Obtain justice and compensation for the victims from Tawergha.