Instituto Pouchulu

of Earth's Habitat Change

6 - Six of One

The Six of One Report is a comprehensive, tailor-made consultant letter prepared under the request of any client that intends to build a project with Pouchulu. More information, here.

Instituto Pouchulu urges to take the following six individual and collective actions:

1 - To abandon cars: walking, bikes and trains can save what's left of the landscape. Since 1896 more than 30 million people were killed in car accidents and 900 million suffered injuries. Still, cars have provided the biggest fun for humans, producing narcissistic and selfist drivers that pollute the atmosphere, disfigure the landscape and ruin the pedestrian environment.

2 - To avoid plastic in Habitat, furniture and packaging, also in clothing, tools and toys.

3 - To reinstate analogue machines: they produce real art objects (drawings, prints, books, films, records, blackboards), stimulating our perception and thinking, they are recyclable and sustainable.

4 - To get food from around where we live. About 30% of global pollution will be gone when the majority of comestibles are produced within each city's perimeter. Trans-oceanic vessel ships will set sail again, transporting selected items around the globe.

5 - To keep away from the so called 'social' networks: like any net, their primary purpose is to catch a victim: they are used to monitor and control people's behaviour, suffocating our liberty by saturating our mind with violent uncensored news and useless data. Children born after 2010, exposed to excesive digital devices and data, show dramatic underdeveloped reasoning and thinking capacities, compared with their parents.

6 - Cities and agricultural areas are being seriously affected. People living in coastal and sea towns should move to different latitudes and higher lands. I propose Survival Cities that will evolve in hostile environments. Life will focus in survival, educating our children in the arts, geometry and science, carefully protecting the highlights of western civilization: law, freedom, rights, and the long forgotten individual responsibility.




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Photo: South Sudan Competition, Parliament Square, London, 2009. Photomontage, from Pouchulu archives.