Welcome to GlobalStewardship.org
THE NEED FOR A MASS CHANGE OF DIRECTION
Ever since 9/11 there has been a gradual change of American consciousness – from one of complacency to one of
increasing doubt about our much vaunted Yankee infallibility: The disaster of Katrina and our inability to respond to
it: The pointless and expensive war in Iraq: Cities devastated by floods: Massive fire damage: Crumbling
infrastructures: Inadequate health care; Poor education levels: Long power outages: Drastic weather changes due to
environmental damage. And now the massive collapse of the global economy has all served to make the common
man even more anxious about the future of himself and his family. Now, with the blinkers partly off, wherever we
look we see nothing but mismanagement, even outright corruption. We see it in our government, in our religions, in
our financial institutions, in food production, in water conservation, in environmental contamination, in energy
production, in foreign policy.
For many, at its deepest level, our anxiety about the future of our children and ourselves is close to a feeling of
hopelessness. For none of us can see what kind of new and creative leadership can pull all of these accumulated
calamities out of the hole and put us all on the course to a brighter and more sustainable future. There is a general
realization that the old eternal combustion engine that got us this far, is beyond further repair, beyond further
modification – that we need an entirely new type of engine to pull us out of the hole and set us on a new course into
the future. But no one as yet has put forward a new design. The old still holds sway and it is taking us deeper into the
Capitalism has proved to be just another monopoly system. Money is gambled for short term profits, not investment in
the future. Representative government is in party gridlock. The cities are in grid-lock. The need is for more than just
a clean energy policy or a better foreign policy or for more cooperation in Congress. Instinctively, we know that
more of the same will not work anymore.
The New Reality
What we really need is an entirely new survival strategy. One that realizes narrow national goals cannot function in
a global milieu. In short, we need see the whole of human effort confronted with the vast challenge of planet
management – of seeing the world we live on with all its natural resources as a single estate and the whole mass of
humanity as our employment pool. The era of competition is over. An adult sense of responsibility for a sound and
sustainable global stewardship policy is at hand.
It is this holistic evaluation, made by our Foundation twenty years ago, that we began to plan for an entirely new
existential philosophy and lay out the ground work for a global stewardship ideology based on the ethic of
Our Non-Profit Foundation
Global Stewardship Foundation is 501 (c)3 non-profit organization registered in the State of Nevada in 1994. We are
currently staffed by four fully trained young faculty members and three apprentices. A residency designed to house
eight more faculty members is currently under construction. If you are interested in further information please email
at: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the Contact page for further information.
Our Future Training Institute
The completed campus will be built on an existing 40 acre facility already partially developed. See the Photo
Gallery to see our current progress. It will be designed to house and train students from around the world in
sustainable planet management projects in the fields of education, agriculture, housing and energy. See our Mission
Statement page to learn more about these fields.
Our Location Assets
Our property is located in a 400 sq mile self-contained eco-system. Surrounded by the 14,000 ft.
snow-clad peaks of White Mountain Range and Silver Mountain Range, it is the largest permanent
aquifer in the Great Desert Basin. A large geothermal site is located at the top end of the valley. The long-term
objective is to provide a workable model of sustainable eco-management in an extreme environment and freely
share the management information world-wide.
Our mission is to train a global stewardship corps of young people in the basis if sustainable planet management..
The basis of the global stewardship philosophy is the result of 30 years of research into both developed and
undeveloped national economic structures in Africa, Asia, Europe and North America. Its conclusions are outlined in
a treatise and recorded as a personal memoir by our director. It is entitled: Psyche-Genetics, published by the Global
Stewardship Foundation in 2006. Please visit the Published Work page for more information. Join our discussion
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