The 1000 m² Civilization

More space for nature, more space for humans, stop wasting land through inefficient use, stop destroying nature for the nonsensically inefficient.

The 1000 m² Civilization
More space for nature, more space for humans, stop wasting land through inefficient use, stop destroying nature for the nonsensically inefficient.

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00:23 10 billion people, 10 million km²
00:49 Area breakdown Germany 2020
01:24 Human-used and semi-natural land
01:57 Land equivalent for CO2 emission
03:22 Savings target CO2 emission and land requirement
04:15 Maize for biogas vs "land for energy"
08:03 Small detail improvement yields many times biogas
09:38 Complete out for plant cultivation for energy production
09:48 Redistribution of land for crops for energy production
10:03 Substantially more forest, meadow and housing
10:48 Should cities continue to look like this? Seriously?
11:19 We need to completely rethink cities!
12:45 Thought experiment land use tax
13:20 Commercial enterprise example
13:54 Example old house with lots of land
14:48 Example house with 500 sqm land
15:00 Example maize for biogas
16:23 Example glass house with aeroponic in the desert
17:43 Note video planet renovation
18:45 Next video UBI Unconditional Basic Income
19:46 End

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The 1000 m² Civilization: More space for nature, more space for humans, stop wasting land through inefficient use, stop destroying nature for the nonsensically inefficient. https://youtu.be/9Zg8PKzsPWY

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More space for nature, more space for man through modern technology. Intensive agriculture is not nature, but death zone for everything that is not the crop. https://youtu.be/9Zg8PKzsPWY

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Overpopulation as a problem? Only the fans of primitive, fossil technology claim this. With modern technology well organized 1000 m² per person are enough. https://youtu.be/9Zg8PKzsPWY

The 111 Rule: 1 m² 1 EUR 1 year The 111 Rule: 1 m² 1 EUR 1 year
Is it possible to pay EUR 1 land use tax per square meter per year for this application? This is modified with partial use and partial nature.


Risk of large-scale agriculture Risk of large-scale agriculture
Inefficient systems with their enormous space requirements not only destroy nature, but are also unreliable and can only be operated at enormous expense.


Example Germany Example Germany
With 233 inhabitants per km², Germany is four times more densely populated than the world average. This is how the 1,000 m² society and 100% renewable energy works.