Welcome to SSP – The Sustainable Societies Programme

The Sustainable Societies Programme creates a category-defining series of theses, curriculum, textbooks and learning-material, productions and best-practice as needed to create what Aristotle called a Right Plan of Sustainable Development Goal Projects, Science, and Education

Transition Economics

Transition Economics (TE) is a new econometric science. TE deprecates unsupportable theory‑only Micro & MacroEconomics, ambiguous and meaningless or weaponizable terms, and is made possible today by the:

i) wide availability of reliable datum current and historic
ii) data science and infographic visualization advances

Economics fails to anticipate mature capitalisms, automation, monetary system phases and rebalancing needs. TE’s MEMS Dashboard Modeling Tool and WAOH, our econometrics library, permit us to prove empirically which policies are causal to sustainably advancing economies – or, are unsustainable, and lead to collapse

Right Plans – are not Macroeconomic Frameworks

MEMS

The World at our Hands Report

Is TE’s Econometric Library…

TASK

Sustainable Academics

Before COVID19, unsustainable policy and political systems were responsible for economic and social collapse in 72% of 200 nations internationally. Systemic shortfalls originated in academic teachings and this was and is especially true in the countries most impacted

Right and Left policies are irrelevant, a policy is either sustainable or unsustainable. Why don’t we know this? The policies of the 1920s were Laisse-Faire finance, small government oversight, low-tax of the wealthy, and neighbors without access to income – were lazy. Sound familiar? Those policies created the Great Depression; it was the policies of the 1930s and 40s that created the greatest economy and society in history. Why don’t we use these policies? Because we teach our kids the accounting of sociopaths like Milton Friedman, and that irrelevant reports which hide problems from us – are credible

When political parties support unsustainable policy, every vote is irresponsible, our economies stall, our fertility rates fall far below sustainable, and we see the same collapse as did every civilization in history. Our kids are taught that it’s immoral to adopt sustainable policies when this can never be true

TASK is The Academic Sustainable Societies Challenge – an academic challenge that brings university, college, and high school faculties and curriculums back into alignment with sustainable policy, teaching, and scientific epistemology (best-process)

Democracies that permit unsustainable policies are usually permitted to do so through failings in Constitutions. TASK Academics teach societies to vote in support of sustainable policies only, in:

Right Plans versus Macroeconomic Frameworks

Finance & Business

Econometric Science verses Economic’s Theory

Social, Public & Political Sciences

Public Policies & Democratic Reform

Engineering

Philosophy & Epistemology

USE CASE & Disambiguated TERMS Guide for the Monetary System

SCP - The Social Contract Product Report

“What is not measured, cannot improve”

High Social Contract nations have Advancing Economies 100%; Low Social Contract Nations have Collapse-Trending Economies 100% as well

Social Contract

The SCP Report measures the $4.3 billion per day cost of low social contract scores in every country. Low Social Contracts are expensive ($3.6 billion per day on average), dangerous, and create World Wars reliably. Today’s Mature Capitalism is one of many, but the first to occur in a mature nuclear era

The SCP Report  helps solve Social Contract – the Greatest Social Problem of our era

Transition Engineering and Finance

Worthwhile Industries  are the Sustainable Development Goal Public Utility companies that rollout basic productions of a sustainable society worldwide

Worthwhile Industries

Worthwhile Campus companies emulate essential Social Contract Industries

ACT - Democratic Reform

ACT make large democracies viable again – by ensuring that every voter has the option to vote responsibly

ACT Parties are not right nor left; rather ACT ensures that every democratic citizen has the option to vote for sustainable policies only. Most North American polical parties offer between 0 or 2 out-of-9 sustainable policies. The FDR-democracies have proven that 9 sustainable policies are required at a minimum

Germany, Italy, and Japan are FDR-Democracies – made that way by the Marshall Plan after World War II. Millions were dying of starvation and disease after the war and so FDR’s Second Bill of Rights assurances of food, housing, healthcare, and other basic needs of life and a strong social contract, where added to these constitutions. 70-years later these are the only large democracies with advancing economies (positive trade balances), six weeks vacation, great schools, great healthcare (with pharma), and much lower tax than the U.S. private insurance sham

WP Projects - An Engineering Plan for World Peace

WP Projects was our first engineering plan for World Peace

The planning calls for the U.N. to coordinate the rollout of SDG companies and productions between every nation.

Why haven’t you heard of WP Projects? Because the United Nations is a political and marketing organization only, unfortunately. Tactical Projects it can handles, but it will always fall behind in this mandate due to it failings in planning and strategy. WP Projects was presented to the U.N. and UNDP organizations in the winter of 2015

The United Nations was originally formed to prevent future mature capitalisms, during our last mature capitalism and World War. Owing to its failings, however, this essential role as a central government body needs reconstructed because it stands as a danger to all mankind in its present form, regrettably

About the Sustainable Societies Challenge

About the Program

The Sustainable Societies Programme creates pragmatic, fact-driven, comprehensive planning that reliably builds Sustainable Societies. The program transitions engineering and economics by combining Science, Finance Industry Capital Project companies, and the education curriculums needed to support worthwhile local development. The SSP EcoSystem combines Academia, Industry Partners, and Economic Development Teams in the global rollout of Worthwhile Industries

Education – Sharing Best Practises

In every country and in every teaching institution and faculty, programs work to teach sustainable societies. We are 220 countries, 26,368 Universities and Colleges, and exponentially more high, middle and grade schools – managing the education of seven billion of us …

How can you participate?

Contact Us if your academic, finance, or non-profit SDG organization is interested to run an education, finance, or research project of the SSP Programme

Projects are explained in detail in “End of War – Managing Mature Capitalisms” – and this CSQ Research webpage serves as a Program Portal.

Requirements

Our societies need:

  1. Social Contracts – the basics of life: food, shelter, healthcare, security, education …
  2. Sustainable Monetary Systems
  3. Worthwhile Industries Company Finance Capital Programs
  4. International economic development and trade
  5. Standardized measures of economic sustainability and improvement

Design

  • Use-Case Actor Inputs and Outputs
  • Sustainable Solutions
  • Democratic Reforms
  • Government Policy
  • Detailed Implementation Planning

Implementation

Operations and Monitoring

Articles

Articles

Articles are sorted both Chronologically and by Topic in the Policy Menu on each webpage of the CSQ Research site. Due to considerable spider traffic, we regret that we have had to suspend comments here in our bbpress, but feel free to share articles with the social icons provided for Facebook, Twitter, etc. and make comments there. Popular hashtags used to locate these and related topics include #SDGs #SocialContract #democracy and similar

Sorted Chronologically

  1. The socially irresponsible practice of Technology Immigration in Canada
  2. Diversity and Inclusion
  3. Why has the United Nations failed?
  4. Conservative or Liberal Policies? Are they Sustainable?
  5. Why is Academia failing to teach us how to build a Sustainable Society?
  6. The essential welfare system. Is it beneficial to the economy?
  7. The Use Case for International Monetary Systems
  8. Social Contract versus Socialist Policy
  9. Sustaining Populations & Avoiding Overcrowding
  10. Is Canadian Finance failing our Economy
  11. Are Fuel Cell Vehicles and Home Hydrogen Stations – The Future?
  12. Support the Middle Class for Power AND The 49% for Prosperity
  13. The Business Case for Guaranteed Incomes
  14. Right or Left of What? The Conservative vs Liberal Myth
  15. The Great Dumb-Down; Correcting Canada’s Smart Legacy
  16. The Business Case for Empathy
  17. New Energy Poverty – the Legality of Wasteful Energy Spending
  18. Pipelines – The Case for Producing Fuels Locally
  19. Transition Economics Business Case
  20. Immigration is neither an Essential nor a Necessity
  21. Bad Policy by Right or Left still equals Collapse
  22. SUSTAIN Project Management Method
  23. Energy Policy
  24. The Gender Inequality Policy problem in Canada
  25. Financial Industry Windfalls often Detriment to Citizens
  26. The Workforce at Fifty
  27. Financial Industry Windfalls at the expense of Canadians

Sorted  By Policy

Challenges and Solutions

Challenges & Solutions

Global Debt & Investment

  • Monetary Systems
  • Global / National Debt
  • Public / Private Debt
  • SDG Investment Committee training
  • Targets and Improvement
  • Trade & Self-sufficiency

Social Contracts

Low Social Contract nations are put in a precarious state by Mature Capitalisms. SDG Infrastructures are needed for:

  • Food
  • Housing
  • Security
  • Healthcare
  • Education
  • Resourses
  • Energy

Government Systems

  • Planning – Strategic and Tactical
  • Monetary Systems – Rebalancing Incomes versus Cost of Living
  • Democracies > 15 million
  • Democracies < 15 million
  • Monarchy
  • Global / Federal / State /…

Automation

Complementary solutions By Industry:

  • Primary productions
  • Secondary
  • Tertiary

Education

Curriculums:

  • Academic
    • University
    • College and Trade
    • Secondary
    • Primary
  • Industry
    • Finance
    • Business
    • Manufacturing
    • Public Policy

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