PodHUBie celebrates its one-year birthday on the Solstice

PodHUBie celebrates its one-year birthday. A year ago, we met in Nucleo – Jadierko in Stupava and shared insights on how we can best respond to the Anthropocene realities we face. The creatively intellectual circling was then replaced by a solstice concert by Mirka Kroner and Ondrej Krizan, where we enjoyed their work and that of Nessi Gomes, who was the opening act for the concert.

The first year is over and we are taking stock. One way we can respond to the unprecedented mining of attention and information about us is by creating spaces for symbiotic sharing. The most important thing is to create and cultivate their local activities but in this day and age we don’t “move” without supra-local connections. This is what Nature’s wellbeingDAR mycelia network enables, and we wish we could do this among HUBs and people who care about us having a good time on a shared planet.

which connects us
It connects us to nature and to our nature, it connects us to each other and to our groupings – HUBs.
It enables us to co-create new HUBs and support existing HUBs, enabling us to live our lives and share our hobbies fully and symbiotically. It allows us to safely share our skills and talents, thereby supporting the life and health of us all. Connects us by supporting and enriching our resilience and diversity.

So we illustrate and offer the possibility of how it is possible to disconnect from profit-mining companies for our attention, and direct our attention to symbiotic goals.
Symbiotically, we offer know how – a manual to create your own decentralized instance. (Creating a lowcost server to connect to the fediverse with minimal electricity consumption for about 150 euros on HW plus internet access).

We offer to participate in the β-testing of our subHUB instance, allowing you to create a profile for your HUB or person and get to know and navigate the Pleroma and Fediverse environment.
Make contacts and other HUBs and friends in the fediverse subHUB. In the next year we would like to try testing the involvement of a reputation system (suitable for your social and corporate HUBs) and you can already try the friendly “Rovas” system with us today.

We’d like to create something of a new – symbiotic paradigm for supportively linking and maintaining connections and relationships. Through experience, we have co-creatively put together a service where we care for each other. We don’t foster (non-binding) easily replaceable relationships and connections where we don’t care about our co-participants. We are creating a ministry – a medium in which each of us will be cared for.

Our vision is to (co)create a Symbiotic World that will (one day) enable the end of the Anthropocene.
Our Mission is to bring the hope of a supportive, symBIOtic future!
Our Purpose, Our Meaning, Our Reason is to change how hard we find it to look at the senseless destruction of the planet and life (for the benefit of a minority). We intend to change that.
Our Purpose is to Support groups of people and individuals in their collective efforts to improve the conditions of life where they operate.

By helping to define a starting local Vision and Goals.
By supporting them to organise their first meetings.
By giving lectures and installing media.
By taking care of the sub-HUB medium and the relationships within it.
Assistance in creating their own instance.
Assistance in understanding community processes (through the council, TCB, festival).
Assistance in understanding world Symbocene processes and relationships.

PodHUBie and planetA.earth wishes you a wonderful Solstice and Christmas!

PF symBIOtic 2024!

Next generation Earth climate networks

Build networks for interconnect climate action:

  • to use P2P network technologies open activityPub protocol for prosocial Symbiotic interconnection.
  • Fediverse


An end-to-end open source P2P app framework

Open Collective

a new form of association movement, transparent by design

Open Collective/planetA.earth

  • to use P2P network technologies Unwalled.Garden
    An open protocol for building prosocial Web applications
  • a browser for the next-generation Web dat://beakerbrowser.com

Why politicians are one of the main targets of European and US students

A shot from a student protest in London in mid-February to highlight climate change.| Foto: Reuters

Why are politicians the main goal of climate protests and climate justice?

Why politicians? We can answer: Because we think they have the power to stop climate change in their hands. But is that true? In a democratic establishment, people have power in their hands! Politicians should only represent them. Yes, that is a nice theory.

However, politicians today represent a variety of interests and little concern for citizens’ interests. Honor exceptions. Citizens’ interest is a good life. Good life means peaceful coexistence and rights for yourself and youth and children. Right to freedom, clean water, air, healthy food and the natural environment. Do politicians provide us with things that are in our civil and personal interests?

Do we have clean water, air, food, and environment, 
and will we have them after the planet's warming?

The children most concerned are beginning to realize that this may not be the case forever. Every day there is an increased likelihood that they will lose these things – we will all come.

Therefore, it is natural and right that we are looking for solutions! We are looking for them with politicians because they have taken on the responsibility to take care of things and public interests. But they don’t just care about them and we have to remind them of our interests over and over again. And how do politicians react to this?

Twenty-seven years ago, Severn Cullis Suzuki, a 12-year-old Canadian, spoke at the UN summit and what has changed since then?
In my book – Awakening of DRAGON (2014) I bring some thoughts from her speech:

I am fighting for my future!

Losing my future is not like losing an election, or a few points on the stock market.
I am here to speak for all generations to come. I am here to speak — speak on behalf of the starving children around the world whose cries go unheard. I am here to speak for the countless animals dying across this planet, because they have nowhere left to go. .. I am afraid to breathe the air, because I don’t know what chemicals are in it. ..  In my life, I have dreamt of seeing the great herds of wild animals, jungles, and rainforests full of birds and butterflies, but now I wonder if they will even exist for my children to see.

Did you have to worry of these things when you were my age? I’m only a child, yet I know we are all part of a family — five billion strong; in fact 30 million species strong —  and borders and governments will never change that. I’m only a child, yet I know we are all in this together and should act as one single world towards one single goal.
I am only a child who knows that if all the money spent on wars were used to solve environmental problems, end poverty and create agreements, what a wonderful place this Earth could be.
“Parents should be able to comfort their children by saying, “Everything’s going to be all right; .. we’re doing the best we can.” But I don’t think you can say that to us anymore. Are we even on your list of priorities?”

Politicians are our target in the struggle for our rights and the rights of nature and the Earth, but we know that we cannot wait for them. We see that we cannot rely on them. Transition initiatives around the world have decided not to wait but act because they believe that when we wait for politicians and institutions, we don’t have to do it. They also believe that when we act together, we can do it. That’s very important!

Each of us can produce less waste and CO2 every day (in addition to some form of protest)! Each of us can help someone out of his neighborhood. Each of us can proactively create links and a network of people that support others and others in their efforts to protect the planet. We need her, and everything she lives on, from butterflies and bees to rhinos and whales. From small bakeries, fungi and algae, to the most massive thousands of trees and the most beautiful flowers.

We need to protect them from the greed of the unscrupulous civilization that the millennia formed by irresponsible, short-sighted adults. Let’s talk about it! FridaysforFuture March 15, 2019, the World Strike for the Future of the Climate and every other day on Earth.

Please strike with us!

In the continuation of the text we will talk more about the right to a Good Life – Buen Vivir and the rights of nature and the planet Earth. The rights that underdeveloped countries for our politicians, such as Ecuador, Bolivia and India, have been able to implement into their laws and constitutions.


Earth climate networks

Share and build networks for interconnect climate action:

  • to join in earth.network @EarthClimateNetwork https://www.facebook.com/EarthClimateNetwork/
  • to use P2P network technologies unwalled.garden https:/unwalled.garden
  • a browser for the next-generation Web dat://beakerbrowser.com (https://beakerbrowser.com)

A new form of association movement,
transparent by design


  • to join in Transition Network – A movement of communities coming together to reimagine and rebuild our world
  • to join in hearth.network community Earth Climate Network
  • hearth.net
  • to join in Earth Day Network – Building the world’s largest environmental movement


Welcome to Your PlanetΛ.Earth site

We have planetB.mars but …

We need live on Mother Earth right now!

Our planA & planB is care about Earth Climat. We need climatic justice.

This site looks for ways to do it!


  1. realise Earth Climate Network for climatic justice (under development)
  2. Plant Trees together with your community – planetofcircles.earth
  3. Build True Community by Dr. M. Scott Peck methodology
  4. Create Intentional Community and Community Supported Agriculture


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