Traditional indigenous cultures offer models for a sustainable development to the rest of the world. Indigenous People have deep ties to the lands on which they have lived for many generations. Indigenous cultural values are the epicenter to an Indigenous person with the crucial elements of having a good quality of life and living sustainably are the rippled waves from this epicenter.
By contrast, external to indigenous communities, the driving interest are research and investments into innovation and infrastructure to produce sustainable means of economic growth across the “developed” world. The fixation of “economic growth” has been the Achilles heel for indigenous economies. Indigenous economies are describes as being static, straggling, and limited in comparison to other economies. While indigenous communities are playing catch-up to the 21st century economic practices and theories.
Tosidoh is taking a leadership role to building an economy that will leapfrog generations, or decades ahead of the current economic practices and development. This catapult is designed to create a “thriving,” inclusive and regenerative economy by converging the localize natural resources and infrastructure.
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