• Jake F. Kelley

Planet Repair Connectory: Directory for Connecting People, Places & Things for Blue-Green Futures

Let’s mimic nature and networks by supporting one another to build interconnected alliances, collaborations and solutions to repair our planet.

“To drop into being means to recognize your interconnectedness with all life, and with being itself. Your very nature is being part of larger and larger spheres of wholeness.” — Jon Kabat-Zinn

Networks are everywhere. Let’s expand the power of efficient and responsible planet repair networks.

They have shown us the great powers of societies, economies, cities, communities and what can be accomplished when we work together toward a common goal. Information, data, maps and all other terms of epistemological things and forms of knowledge are extremely powerful. It’s a complex world out there, and we need to navigate effectively with our required information while aligning with long-term sustainability.

Diminishing division, inaction and inefficiency by responsibly sharing knowledge and connecting to work together towards saving our planet.

Misinformation has accelerated the trashing of our planet. At what point did the truth become an opinion? Greenwashing has thrived by leveraging misinformation and a lack of standards, credibility and trust-building. HPRT plans to change that by creating standards and playbooks, providing certifications and auditing for those who commit to those standards. Real progress can only be achieved once we are all on the same page, open and honest about our goals, and standing by the claims we’ve made. Our societies have become slowly poisoned with unhealthy competition, greed, misinformation, mistrust, questionable credibility and judgment rather than empathy. These toxic patterns have proliferated suffering, violence, culture wars, loneliness and depression.

A healthy ecology is the basis for a healthy economy.” — Claudine Schneider, former U.S. Representative from Rhode Island, in The Green Lifestyle Handbook