The innovations and systems of Unified Field Corporation are part of the mission to achieve global transformation and regeneration of our planet and humanity using new economic, financial and business models based on Oneness and applied across 9 Areas of Regeneration. These nine areas represent full spectrum environmental, social, cultural and economic regeneration.

Current sustainability thinking is moving toward a realization that much of what we thought were our “needs” must be revised. Through the industrial, technological and advertising ages, we have become a voracious consumer society. Simplifying and clarifying our true needs, combined with balanced and intelligent application of proven technologies can result in a sustainable world.

Unified Field Corporation’s Sustainable Community Partnership Banking Model and Systems will concentrate on projects that build sustainable local infrastructure in the 9 areas below.

9 Areas of Regeneration

In a food sustainable community, people know where their food is grown and who grows it. They have confidence that their ability to access delicious, high quality, reasonably priced, organically grown food is consistent and secure. Organic food production creates healthy soil that becomes more productive over time. Agricultural projects in communities working with UFC will create a vital and prosperous agricultural economy in rural and urban settings.
Why burn fuel to create energy when there is an overabundance of sources that do not require clearing, mining, drilling, pumping, cultivation and processing into substances which are then burnt to produce mostly wasted heat? UFC communities will focus on both centralized renewable energy development projects and incentive partnerships with property and business owners for home and office systems that will pay for themselves.
Sources for safe, affordable, sustainably produced materials and methods for home construction and renovations are available. Locally produced, non-toxic materials combined with energy saving designs will save money and add beauty and well-being to our lives. Property values will become stable when local economies become sustainable – another crucial area where a Sustainable Community Partnership Bank, supported by UFC’s System, can help.
Smart, non-polluting water collection and preservation systems designed into our public infrastructure, transportation and building design can save enormous amounts of water being wasted, especially in our cities. Rooftop and community gardens preserve rain and runoff water. Permeable roadways return need water to be stored underground in our local aquifers. The application of proven beneficial microbes and magnetic technologies purify waste-water more efficiently. Local banks can help with funding for water conservation projects that earn a return, plus support of education and enforcement of industrial clean water standards.
Waste is a measure of a community’s inefficiency. Why would we want to “waste” anything? Green waste comprises half the solid waste stream, and can be made into compost to help grow more local food and can be sold to farmers and gardeners at a considerable cost savings to them over commercial fertilizers. Recycling is potential feed-stock for a host of new local industries. Deconstruction and re-purposing of demolition waste is giving birth to a new industry providing jobs for at-risk youth and the underemployed. Resource recovery parks to house the recycling, composting, construction materials reprocessing and other reuse businesses are a cost-effective way to recover valuable resources formerly known as trash.
A sustainable community examines the way it moves people and goods around. Locating production closer to the point of use (eat and buy local), sharing rides, living closer to where we work, car-free zones, green-ways and boardwalks are all part of solutions that reduce traffic, clean the air and help people stay healthier and more vital in the process.
Design of living, working and mobility environments can strengthen communication by enhancing people’s interactions. Unlike typical suburban design where people live, work, come and go and almost never see their neighbors, sustainable communities make it easier for all of us to positively interact at farmers markets, in car-free zones, parks, walking and bike trails. Members of sustainable communities talk with each other more and, in doing so, create new and appropriate networks and systems to support our desire to communicate more fully and positively with each other.
Our educational systems must fully empower young people to create the better world they envision and the arts are an essential part of education and inspiration for all people. Innovative funding programs, delivery technologies, such as inspired, interactive learning environments (games), and elder mentor-ship will create education worthy of our children’s appetite for learning.
Many of us ask these questions: How do we turn the challenge of our time into unprecedented opportunity? And… How do we enjoy all of our relationships, including the one with ourselves?

A sustainable community is physically, mentally and emotionally healthy, prosperous, socially just, educated, fit and artistically and culturally creative. Its people have fulfilling relationships and work. Its environment is beautiful and supportive of connected-ness, vitality and peace of mind. UFC communities are committed to wellness creation and delivery systems that bring together ancient wisdom, modern science and vibrant culture in support of the highest potential in each individual and the whole.