E4. SPC Sectors

Each driver of Table Ex.1 has a specific and broader meaning in a particular sector. For example:

Sources (of life) here represent water, health, food, and soil. Water is life, a gift for a healthy life, and the existence of food on the soil full of Nature. Sources are a value lying on the Earth's physical (not live) surface. The soil is the hugely precious layer in Space (like life itself).

Services (for life) represent electricity (mainly from the sun), education (absorption into the human brains of what exists around us), job skills (crafts, ability to transform what we know into practical operations), and biomass utilization (all kinds that Nature offers). It is an earnest attempt to exclude fossil fuels (dead and buried biomass) from the energy needs and stop increasing the Human contribution of CO2 impacts on the balance relationships in the GT environment.

Production (of anything) needs materials (natural mechanical, chemical, biological, and other artificial). It should take care of the elimination (management) of risks of disasters before their strike (e.g., earthquakes, floods, wars). Production produces many things (demanded mainly by humans), and so it makes waste. That is all linked to places where people live and work. According to this view, the business is a software segment of Production.

Freedom (in life) represents clean air (a functional atmosphere), a clean environment (around us), mobility (to have felt to be free), and resilience (for any living creature) to sustain his/her freedom. According to this view, it is pragmatic to distinguish freedom and liberty (see more in Chapter F, section F4. Sector Freedom (air, environment, mobility, resilience).

Capacity (to survive) is about a "glue" that can unite people for sustainable and long-term existence, both positive and negative. It is a set of financial tools that can link all pleasure and safety needs of the Human in the GT to reach and sustain balance in the GT. Capacity here presents access to money (for social peace), capital building (for any worse times), investment (for any better times), and banking (for finance sustainability). The web reader can find more in Chapter F, Sections 1, 2, 3, and 4.