SEEED Home-Farms in combination with Permaculture can empower developing nations to circumvent the use of fossil fuels and develop Green Belts that manage Climate Change.

I acre of harvested industrial hemp (mixed with limestone) and Permaculture is the build for a Self Sustaining SEEED Home-Farm.
Industrial hemp also forms the basis of an eco sustainable cottage industry providing work and income from eco products.
Many Home-Farms form a sequestering CO2 Green Belt utilising renewable energy and un-hooking from fossil fuels.
Many SEEED Green Belts support developing nations along a pathway to eco sustainability
- with the added advantage of a mechanism that can manage Climate Change.

But not just for developing nations, it's a methodology to seed an eco sustainable planet.

Thinking A Different Way - Forging A New Path.


Welcome too S.E.E.E.D. College. The first step of our transitional journey begins with the humble seed: The "seed" improves the human condition by providing food, clothing, shelter and medicines. As it grows into a tree (apart from the integral interconnections with life) it sequesters CO2... but when a tree dies or burns, it releases all the CO2 it had stored back into the atmosphere.

But is there a viable CO2 solution? And if there was, when will we act? Back in 2009 I identified a solution, "Algae Sequestration", but so far no one has because it costs so much - it's beyond the thinkable. But when and if the world was to burn from too much heat trapping carbon - when and if we are desperate enough... we can Pour Algae.

Maybe Pour Algae sequestration will not be needed if we manage to implement low carbon systems across the planet. One of the benefits of chasing down CO2 has raised pollution awareness - now businesses dispose of their industrial by-products responsibly - but a low carbon economy addresses a myriad of needs, cleaning all sectors of pollution.

Awareness to reduce our CO2 footprint has also led us to investigate soil - to discover soil plays a dominant role in the CO2 cycle and ALSO the nutrient cycle. Healthy soil sequesters CO2 and provides better nutritional foods for humans. It's a win win, but we must develop a new Home-Farm system based upon Permaculture to reap the benefits. 

When better design and better product comes along in a self sustainable package - when all parts weave together into an amazing holistic solution, we have to sit back and take note of the S.E.E.E.D. Cycle.

The humble seed, whether it's hemp, cane, bamboo, straw or even pineapple - seeds are the building blocks of not just sustainability - but an eco sustainable planet. 

The Eco Sustainable S.E.E.E.D. Cycle is the right combination of soil, seed, water, energy, sequestration and self sustainability that addresses Developing Nations a road map to Sustainability. The fear that Developing nations might follow in our western footsteps and burn more coal for creature comforts can be avoided by implementing the S.E.E.E.D. Cycle.



...for You, Me & the Planet!


The S.E.E.E.D. Cycle for Developing Nations

* Provides Self Sustainability education.
* Provides sustainable home-farm methodology for families.
* Provides work for families.
* Provides income.
* Provides organic food for families.
* Addresses illegal migration.
* Replenishes the soil and builds nutrition.
* Reduces climate impact from developing counties eliminating the use of fossil fuels.
* Sequesters CO2 for the planet.
* A holistic approach for Developing Nations and the human condition.

S.E.E.E.D. Education is the Key to a Self Sustainable Future.


X Architectonics is based on ecological sustainability and time proven methodologies that defines a new era in architecture: eco sustainable architecture... and key to man's reconciliation with nature.

No you don't have to be an architect, X Architectonics awakes the inner empowerment pathways.

A shift created from within empowers your life skills and dreams. How? Because you experience in yourself a tectonic shift, the "aha-a-a" moment.


S.E.E.E.D. College is future focused, preparing students with the knowledge and skills for sustainability employment. Covering water, food, energy, housing and income - X Architectonics itself provides students both the preparedness and pathway into what could be the first modern Eco Sustainable Industry (ESI).

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The Most Significant Plant in the World is Hemp.

The Most Valid Farming in the World is Permaculture.

The Most Important Education in the World is Self Sustainability.

We now know: Hemp can provide and indeed has for many centuries (except for the last 100 years) fed, housed and clothed people without the needs of artificial fertilisers, tilling or industrial machines, and we can improve upon this methodology and forge a new path at any time.

We now know: industrialised farming through tilling has exposed (and decimated) the trillions of microbes essential to transport nutrients to the plants (in exchange of sugars produced by photosynthesis) found in our foods or as Dr Christine Jones states we have the "lowest nutrient soils in history" - and artificial fertilisers are used to add these nutrients instead. What does this mean for the human condition?

We now know:
Viktor Schauberger's water and soil designs based upon the nature of implosion rather than explosion, would have avoided ecological degradation IF we had listened.

We now know: The Practice of Permaculture has been found to solve a broad range of problems by returning to a sustainable regenerative or eco sustainable farming model. There is enough land to house humans since we mostly live in cities, and land and people is what Permaculture needs.

With every acre of hemp we can grow one SEEED Home-farm, one house per acre, 2 or 3 crops per year depending on sun. A SEEED Home-farm that's designed to harvest food, water and energy... and sequester CO2.

Hemp only needs water and sun - no pesticides means no run-off into waterways - the most nutritious seeds for man - can produce oil, biodegradable plastic and even concrete.

The starving millions, the 3 billion in Africa can be the change. Let them grow hemp and provide for themselves food, housing, warmth and clothes. And at the same time sequester and ecologically store atmospheric CO2 (which is what Permaculture and hemp does) and help stabilise climate change.

Africa is the logical place to put into practice the Eco Sustainable S.E.E.E.D. Cycle on a mass scale, but X Architectonics - where architecture transits from pollute practices to Ecologically Sustainable Development (ESD) - can be applied in any country.

The Elephant In The Room 

David Attenborough says,
"We are a plague on the Earth".

“As I see it, humanity needs to reduce its impact on the Earth urgently and there are three ways to achieve this: we can stop consuming so many resources, we can change our technology and we can reduce the growth of our population.”

“All our environmental problems become easier to solve with fewer people, and harder — and ultimately impossible — to solve with ever more people.”

“One thing you can say is that in places where women are in charge of their bodies, where they have the vote, where they are allowed to dictate what they do and what they want, whether it’s proper medical facilities for birth control, the birth rate falls.”

S.E.E.E.D. College asks,
"Are we a plague on the Earth?"

As formidable as it seems, we can create a centralised organisational structure as opposed to decentralised and reduce human impact by becoming farmers.

No, that doesn't mean we all have to become farmers, ostensibly the 3 billion "not yet born" in Africa are the emergent hope.

What does the data say?

And the elephant in the room,
"Are we in fear of Agenda 21?"

Agenda 21 is a reality, the fear we must face... whether exaggerated, misunderstood or imminent. Sir David Attenborough posts legitimacy inadvertently drumming up fear and it must be addressed. The fear of the unknown can be addressed with education. Let's look at the alternatives.

Agenda 21 is a non-binding, voluntarily implemented action plan of the United Nations with regard to sustainable development. It is a product of the Earth Summit (UN Conference on Environment and Development) held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in 1992.

It's up to us, you and me, for we are the teachers of the next generation.