A multitude of drops

Global Footprint Network pointed me to ‘My Drop in the Oceans’ — a global currency platform designed to empower people to value nature through partnerships with businesses and local authorities. I’ve signed up and claimed my free money already πŸ™‚
DIO logo

My Drop in the Oceans is a global currency platform founded on the belief that economic and social progress depends on fundamentally changing the way we value nature.

My Drop in the Oceans converts the value of environmental costs into DIO, a complimentary currency for citizens and businesses to use in ways that reward sustainable actions towards positive environmental impact. A MyDIO account enables citizens and businesses to bank with nature, practice smart consumption and be rewarded for their investments in sustainability. By empowering citizens and businesses to acknowledge the value of nature, DIO is uniquely designed to return value to nature one drop at a time.

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About pendantry

Phlyarologist (part-time) and pendant. Campaigner for action against anthropogenic global warming (AGW) and injustice in all its forms. Humanist, atheist, notoftenpist. Wannabe poet, writer and astronaut.
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5 Responses to A multitude of drops

  1. Wonderful.. I need to go see more Drops! πŸ™‚ in the Ocean.. Loved this

    “MyDIO account enables citizens and businesses to bank with nature, practice smart consumption and be rewarded for their investments in sustainability. “..

    Now that my friend if all could see the Vision would create a wonderful NEW WORLD πŸ™‚

    Namaste
    Sue

    • pendantry says:

      We’ve been banking on Nature for generations. We need something like MyDIO to encourage us not to pursue her into liquidation. The question is: how to persuade our foolish species to take a worthy concept like this ‘viral’, rather than less deserving memes? (Maria Konnikova suggests six things — though between you and me I’m having a bit of trouble identifying the six she’s talking about.)

  2. M E Cheshier says:

    Yes, I agree. Great post, Fabulous site!

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