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Job Opportunity at Social Venture Network

Just a brief note — a job opportunity for an Social Media and Marketing Associate is available at Social Venture Network in San Francisco, CA.  Additional information is available here. Note that the application deadline is July 17.

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  1. A root problem we assert in today’s ecological crisis is, in part, due to the inefficient use of land by humans. A study, which began in Japan over 30 years ago considered Open Space Frames to develop structured land; today, the TSL (Terraced Structured Land) reduces human land occupancy by as much as 70% and affords new harmony with nature while meeting the growth of Urbanization whether it be disaster relief, or renovation. Its Integration know-how provides installation of Modular Systems, Wind Powered Generators, and Solar Panels to name a few; and its technology realizes not a lot-by-lot linkage but a universal connection. The TSL can be viewed on our website http://www.unsprawl.net. It houses occupancy in Light Industrial, Residential (hillside views), and Agriculture and Agricultural Infrastructure. Its development can also make available Merchant Rows, etc.
    The proprietary joint technology makes significant engineering advancements all the while the TSL’s assembly utilizes smaller members and logistically is transportable without Modern Day roads (in cases of disaster response). New efforts in returning balance to nature can be afforded by way of the TSL Urban Plan as we lessen the human occupancy areas; such availabilities can contribute to Environmental Sustainability among other goals. Attacking the root problems which results in Green concerns and Global Warming, etc. can significantly contribute toward viable and harmonious living within our planet; we feel that humans inefficient use of land is a root problem we can meet and resolve.
    Thank you.
    Hirotomo Nii
    Nii Architects, Inc.
    kpnii@netscape.net

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