About Gaia Engineering
Gaia was the primal Greek goddess personifying the Earth, the Greek version of "Mother Nature" (from Ge = Earth, and Aia = PIE grandmother), or the Earth Mother.  The name was used by James Lovelock who wrote extensively about planetry systems, fossil fuels, nuclear power, climate engineering and more. Also relevant to the concept was Buckminster Fuller's book, an Operating Manual for Spaceship Earth published in 1069 which is a brilliant synthesis of his investigations of the great challenges facing humanity, the principles for avoiding extinction and “exercising our option to make it."
Gaia Engineering is not a simple process or paradigm, it is the name we use to describe any process that substantially rectifies problems on the planet. It embraces a number of new technical paradigms and processes designed to when combined solve sustainability problems. Gaia Engineering tececologies work because combined and executed correctly these new technologies and processes will make money which is fundamental to their happening. Significantly there must be no legacies for future generations.
TecEco Gaia Engineering
is an agglomeration of new technologies including ones developed by John Harrison such as TecEco cements, a Tec-Kiln
as well as Syncarb and Carbonsafe technologies designed with the objective of maintaining earth human life support systems.