Our Social Impact
We will change the world by working together for Mother Earth and for the Next 7 Generations.
Fulfill the Enhanced Sustainable Development Goals
Growing and processing hemp can help fulfill many of the 25 Enhanced Sustainable Developments Goals adopted by the Unlimited Hemp Company. The founders of the Unlimited Hemp Company envision living in a world where all beings on this great planet are able to thrive, not just sustained.
The 25 Enhanced Sustainable Development was created base on the UN’s 17 SDGs, which provided a good starting foundation, but it only represents a minimum viable survival standard. There is a fundamental difference between thriving and surviving.
Surviving means, “to continue to live or exist,” while thrive can be defined as “to grow or develop well, to prosper or to flourish.” So, therefore, the founders have “enhanced” the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals to support our vision of a thriving world. Thriving happens when people have a life of purpose, abundance, vitality, prosperity, connection, and celebration. People who are thriving wake up every day excited, full of joy and happy that they are alive. Following the style of the blockchain industry, we forked the SDGs and enhanced it to create the Enhanced Sustainable Development Goals.
These 25 Goals to can transform our world. The 25 Enhanced Sustainable Development provides a global blueprint for dignity, peace and prosperity for people and the planet, now and in the future.
The Unlimited Hemp Company in growing and processing organic hemp, fruits, vegetables and herbs will create jobs in the Indigenous Nations, where up to 80% are unemployed to fulfill eSDG 8. Enjoyable Work and Implement the Living Economy. These poverty stricken communities cannot afford many of the basic food, clothing and shelter. This fulfills eSDG 1. End Poverty, and eSDG 2. Zero Hunger.
The Unlimited Hemp Company will be building new homes for the indigenous communities that they serve, thus fulfilling eSDG 11. Thriving Cities and Communities.
With the increased prosperity in these Indigenous Nations this will allow people to afford better food, healthcare and dental care. This fulfills eSDG 3. Good Health and Well-being.
From some of the profits generate by the Unlimited Hemp Company, we will provide scholarships and build schools for quality education to fulfill eSDG 4. Quality Education.
The Unlimited Hemp Company also will be installing water pipes to bring fresh water to the Indigenous communities with no running water to fulfill eSDG 6. Water is Life – Clean Water and Sanitation.
The Unlimited Hemp Company also will be installing solar, fuel-cell and hydropower to bring electricity and power to the Indigenous communities with electricity to fulfill eSDG 7 Free, Affordable, Renewable and Clean Energy.
Planting hemp and using the profits to reforest areas clear cut by forestry companies help fulfill eSDG 13. Climate Restoration, eSDG 15. Life on Land, eSDG 20. Indigenous Peoples Rights, eSDG 21. Sustainable, GMO-Free, Chemical Free Agriculture, Saving the Bees and Pollinators, eSDG 24. No Homelesssness & No Displacement of People, and eSDG 25. Earth Wisdom and Rights of Mother Earth.
Support Self-Determination & Economic Independence
The Unlimited Hemp Company fully supports the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People (UNDRIP). We also support Indigenous Nations in self-determination by empowering Indigenous Nations to write their own hemp laws, issue their own licenses, set their own quality standards and enforce their own hemp laws on their traditional, ancestral, unceded, reserve lands, and treaty territories.
The UNDRIP is a United Nations legal framework for indigenous self-determination signed by 200 countries. Indigenous peoples have been using hemp for a long time and is a time honoured tradition. As acknowledged by the UNDRIP, also has the right to use hemp for self-determination, to practice their traditional and culture, to support their livelihood, for job creation and for economic security.
Some of the earliest evidence of hemp in North America is associated with the ancient Mound Builders of the Great Lakes and Mississippi Valley. Hundreds of clay pipes, some containing cannabis residue and wrapped in hemp cloth, were found in the so-called Death Mask mound of the Hopewell Mound Builders, who lived about 400 B.C.E in modern Ohio. The French explorer Jacques Cartier also reported seeing wild hemp during each of his three journeys to Canada between 1535 and 1541. His last report enthused that “the land groweth full of Hempe which groweth of it selfe, which is as good as possibly may be seene, and as strong.” Later, Samuel de Champlain mentioned in 1605 that the natives used “wild hemp” to tie their bone fishhooks.” Therefore, growing and processing hemp is an Indigenous Tradition and cultural right.
Furthermore, the Canadian Constitution Act of 1982 specifically addresses our collective rights as Indigenous or Aboriginal peoples of Canada …
- (1) The existing aboriginal and treaty rights of the aboriginal peoples of Canada are hereby recognized and affirmed.
- Definition of “aboriginal peoples of Canada” (2) In this Act, “aboriginal peoples of Canada” includes the Indian, Inuit and Métis peoples of Canada.
The Supreme Court of Canada, the country’s highest court has ruled very clearly when it comes to indigenous sovereign and Inherent rights, have every right to develop their own industry on their own lands, and regulate and govern those developments and industries on their own.
Furthermore, the Supreme Court of Canada has also ruled that the private sector interests must consult with Indigenous people and nations on development initiatives on Indigenous lands, to which hemp is now a part. Precedence has been set, not just once either.
When it comes to respecting Indigenous sovereign, Inherent and land rights, besides being supported legally by the UNDRIP, and section 35 of the Canadian Constitution is further supported by the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples (RCAP), and the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC).
Create Prosperity & End Poverty
Farming hemp is a way to lift farmers out of poverty and to fulfill eSDG 1 No Poverty because hemp as a cash crop can be very lucrative for farmers. The Unlimited Hemp Company provides farmers and their cooperatives with an opportunity to lift them out of poverty. We share our success, revenues, and profits with them. In addition to providing a well-paying farming income, we also give back to our farmers and their communities by building new homes, providing running water, bring them electricity, supply healthy food, provide scholarships, build schools, construct wellness centers, build recreational centers and much more.
Build New Homes
The Unlimited Hemp Company will be building new homes for the indigenous communities that they serve. Currently, many of the Indigenous farmers live in condemned houses infested with dangerous Black Mold Spores and Mycotoxins, have no running water, nor electricity. As much as 10 people live in a small house due to the shortage of housing on the reserve. These condemned houses must be razed and new homes built.
We plan to build 100 new homes for the indigenous peoples over the next 5 years from the revenue generated by growing hemp. We hope by building eco-friendly and sustainable homes for indigenous peoples will impact their lives for the better.
Besides building 100 beautiful and sustainable homes for the indigenous peoples, the Unlimited Hemp Company is also planning to build: community centers, schools, recreation centers, wellness centers and sports facilities. This will help us fulfill eSDG 11. Thriving Cities and Communities. Thank you for helping the indigenous peoples.
The Unlimited Hemp Company believes in food security and support eSDG 2. Zero Hunger. Our hemp farms not only grow hemp but also grow fruits, vegetables and herbs for the Indigenous community. We also plant organic fruit forests, so people can eat good food.
It is time to rethink how we grow, share and consume our food. If done right, agriculture can provide nutritious food for all and generate good incomes, while supporting people-centered rural development and protecting the environment.
Poor food security is also causing millions of children to be in poor health, die young, have preventable diseases like diabetes, and other problems due to severe malnutrition.
We believe everyone has the right to eat good food and the Unlimited Hemp Company is working hard to achieve the goal of Zero Hunger worldwide. Help us achieve our goal.
Provide Fresh Running Water
The Unlimited Hemp Company believes that everyone around the world has the fundamental human right to good, clean, and fresh water. Clean, accessible water for all is an essential part of the world we want to live in and there is sufficient fresh water on the planet to achieve this. However, due to bad economics or poor infrastructure, millions of people including children die every year from diseases associated with inadequate water supply, sanitation and hygiene. Water scarcity, poor water quality and inadequate sanitation negatively impact food security, livelihood choices and educational opportunities for poor families across the world.
The Unlimited Hemp Company’s farms use fresh spring water from artesian aquifers to grow our hemp crops, fruits, vegetable and herbs. From our profits, we plan to build water pipelines to transport the spring water to 100 indigenous communities’ homes that have no running water. We believe everyone has the right to fresh water and the Unlimited Hemp Company is working hard to achieve the goal of eSDG 6. Water is Life – Clean Water and Sanitation for all, but cannot do it alone. We need support from people like you.
Plant 1 Trillion Trees
The Unlimited Hemp Company believes that we can restore the climate by growing hemp and planting more trees. The hemp plant fights climate change and can restore the climate. Hemp can convert 4X the amount of CO2 to O2 compared to trees during its quick 12-14 weeks growing cycle. If we plant enough hemp, we can even restore the climate! Climate change is putting even more pressure on the resources we depend on, increasing risks associated with disasters, such as droughts and floods.
Provide Electricity & Energy
The Unlimited Hemp Company will be providing electricity and energy for the indigenous communities that they serve. Currently, many of the Indigenous farmers live without electricity or renewable energy sources, having to rely mainly on gasoline or diesel generators.
We plan to help provide sustainable energy solutions such as solar, fuel-cells and hydropower to 100 new homes for the indigenous peoples over the next 5 years from the revenue generated by growing hemp. We hope by providing electricity and energy systems for indigenous peoples will impact their lives for the better. This fulfills eSDG 7 Free, Affordable, Renewable and Clean Energy. Thank you for your support!
Jobs Jobs Jobs
The Unlimited Hemp Company will establish its campus-style U.S. headquarters in Las Vegas, Nevada, with campus-style satellite locations in Puerto Rico, Hawaii, and Canada. The Unlimited Hemp Company is expected to create nearly 3,500 well-paying jobs over the next 10 years.
The Unlimited Hemp Company will also be establishing Special Economic Zones, extraction labs, greenhouses, warehouses, distribution, research and development facilities, a high-tech hub, manufacturing facilities, a design center, and retail locations across the USA.
The Unlimited Hemp Company will be working with hundreds of strategic partners to invest and relocate to the Special Economic Zones, which s expected to create an additional 50,000 jobs.
Most of the at the Unlimited Hemp Company and its partners in the Special Economic Zones will be high-end, more professional services-equivalent jobs rather than warehousing or distribution jobs.