Our purpose as an conceptual organization is being realized in the real world through the actions of autonomous and independent projects. As a non-governmental organization, our role is not one of oversight, our role is to facilitate these projects through interconnectedness.
Imagine water, well steam actually, at over 1,000 degrees Fahrenheit, pressure over 3,000PSI made possible using solely concentrated sunlight: a major breakthrough allowing for concentrated solar energy as a viable large-scale power generation source on our planet while simultaneously allowing for the massive, large-scale activation and purification of our most precious natural resource, water, in processes which are both clean and sustainable. Giving humanity the choice for a future without dependence on pollution for energy. This breakthrough paves the way for a solution to global climate change, and in order for it to be successful, it must be not only a movement of the water on this planet, but also a movement of the people.
Aimed at the realization of what some have described as a global home, the ASHES project aims to create a extensive network of autonomous community outreach points, essentially a worldwide home with very many rooms. The focus on autonomy blended with strong communication and coordination on the best current practices creates a resilient structure which can scale well to the increasing demands of tomorrow while also facilitating rapid deployment and network development. By connecting participating groups together into our network, we are creating an expansive sense of home which can encourage cultural exchange and diplomacy. By interoperating with the framework of various social networking sites, we are building tools for taking these concepts to the next level.
As a non-governmental organization, it may seem odd that we would be involved with a government oversight project. On the contrary, because we do not govern, but rather provide information to facilitate healthy organic momentum, we are an unbiased source for collaborative effort. All people should have the right to vote directly on the actions which our world governments shall conduct so that we can therefore have real control of our government action with our votes and communication. Knowing what direction we as a people want to go involves the restoration of our right to aggregate our actual opinions, allowing people to directly vote on government actions and policies is an absolute necessity.