Sustainable Thinking

Sustainable Thinking

Research Project

Unforeseeable Risks

Unforeseeable Floods-Fire-Earthquake
Bush Fires



Our project will help to maintain the actual balance of the Biosphere, by developing answer’s that allow our buildings, fabrications and services, to stand up the unforeseeable, like a bush fire, becoming structurally sound, habitable, recyclable and fast degradation at the end of the lifespan. In summary “working towards zero footprints of our Sustainable Development Projects”.

Note: Unpredictable risks from outer space like solar emissions, radiation, meteorites and from the underground volcanos, geysers, mining, or sinkholes (*), are mentioned but are not part of the research.

(*) Sinkhole: A natural depression in a land surface formed by the dissolution and collapse of a cavern roof.

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| Sustainable Development Project |

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| Dreams into a better and progressive Reality! |
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Operational Scheme

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Strategic Planning (SP)

(5)SP is a systematic process of envisioning a desired future, a Sustainable Development Project, and translating this vision into broadly defined goals or objectives and a sequence of steps to achieve them.
Planning at this stage is from the Dreamed end, up to the current status.

Steps of the Strategic Planning
  • Visualise ideas.
  • Feasibility | Analysis of the current state.
  • Due Diligence | Defining the future sustainable state, compromise.
  • Objectives/Strategy | Determine the sustainable objectives and strategies.
  • Determine the Implementation and evaluation.
  • Optimisation of the Sustainable Development Goals, best with an FIS Forecasting Intelligent System.

Environmental Sustainability
Sustainable Environment
| Sustainable Development | Human needs | Environment needs | Actual & Future Generations |


"Planning, Design and Building with "sustainable Systems and Materials", satisfy our needs of living a good Quality of Life and Excellence, in Peace and Happiness, our ultimate goal.".
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(1) Ref: Definition of SD by the United Nations General Assembly, 1987, Bruntland Commission report, Our Common Future p. 43).

(2) Ref: Brief for GSDR 2015 - The Concept of Sustainable Development: Definition and Defining Principles Rachel Emas, Florida International University.

(3) Ref: Sustainability The root meaning of this word is 'able to sustain at certain rate or level'.
This word, by default, has been used as short for 'Environmental Sustainability or Sustainable Development'. In this Web Site https://www.Ocinet.CL we will use these more specific terms.

(5) Ref: Strategic Planning BD Business Dictionary definition.'

(6) Ecollogically Sustainable Development is define in the Australian's National Strategy for Ecologically Sustainable Development as: 'using, conserving and enhancing the community's resources so that ecological processes, on which life depends, are maintained, and the total quality of life, now an in the future, can be increased.' - Manuel Ortega F.
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