This March, The Seasteading Institute will be competing for a $25,000 donation in the Miles For Meaning event on the Kilter app. Meet your fitness goals and support seasteading at the same time!
Elections in the U.S. are a winner-take-all, majority rules, losers have no say kind of game. With the U.S. Presidential election heating up, we’re hearing a lot about how important it is for Americans to choose between two options. In 2016, about 34% of registered voters chose not to vote. Maybe none of the optionsRead more
Cleaning up our waste is important, but we must also change the systems we use to provide humanity with food and energy. To restore fish populations, reduce the acidity of the ocean, and remove pollutants will require the ingenuity of many people testing out their solutions to see what works. Humans need food, fuel, and clean water. The goal of seasteading is to provide for those needs while also restoring the environment.
2017 has proved to be the turning point for seasteading. The book and our efforts in French Polynesia have been featured across the political spectrum in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, CNN, The New Republic, ABC, BBC, Reuters, KQED, EcoWatch, FEE, Guernica and a long list of other major new sources. The world’s first seastead should open in 2020 instead ofRead more