Planet Earth Values The Most

Planet Earth Values The Most

Ecolabel for companies, banks, investment funds and more that will improve the conditions for future generations of humans and other living species on planet Earth.

This ecolabel is an example of how companies, organizations and the like can be labeled so that people can better choose products that increase the likelihood of our descendants. A parallel to Michelin stars that designate gourmet restaurants.

 100% mark:

Those who work 100% to make conditions better for the Earth while innovating develop the quality of it so that it develops even better. This is something everyone should strive for and no one is on this level yet.

 80% mark:

Tesla and SpaceX are well on their way against the 100% mark!


SpaceX are currently the only ones that can send satellites into orbit with reusable 1st stage boosters. At the same time, you can see daily progress in Boca Chica Texas with the development of Spaceship which with its Super Heavy Booster becomes completely recyclable and powered by CO2 neutral fuel namely oxygen and methane made on own plants using solar farms. The purpose is to get much cheaper into space as well as to become multiplanetary with a presence on Mars. Being on Mars will require massive more research into the recyclability of substances. This will also greatly benefit life on Earth as SpaceX shows how quickly new technology can be developed when willingness and great resources are put into it! A fully functioning Starship is likely to be developed very soon, but it just needs to appear.

(How Tesla/SpaceX could help mucisians and vice virsa)

 50% mark:

Here an example could be a pension investment company that invests approx. half of their funds in sustainable technology. Often, investments are also made in companies that are to provide a high and large return in the short term, but in hindsight our descendants took value from their lives. This pulls down.

 0 % Mark:

Lobbying for polluting companies such as the coal, oil and gas industry in particular. It can also be in chemicals that will harm a lot of wildlife or plant life in the long run.
Investment companies that go after companies mentioned above.
Companies in tax havens that could help with the development of the countries in which they operate, but find loopholes in the law to avoid it.

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