About Us
The Missing Link to Sustainable Development


roblem: The 1996 World Resources Institute report predicts a dire future in 2025: 8.3 billion people, increased carbon emissions, mega-cities in the developing world with energy, food and water shortages. These trends demand a comprehensive global approach ... not band-aid strategies!


olution: Network Renewable
Energy Resources Around the World. Two decades ago, the United Nations confirmed Buckminster Fuller's proposal to interconnect (link) electric power networks between countries and continents, emphasizing the transition to remote renewable energy resources. Expert corroboration claims this initiative to be the world's highest priority objective. Today, GENI is producing tools to make this vision real in the world and we need your help...


enefits: New markets and opportunities from increased global prosperity, a cleaner environment, stabilized population and world peace — genuine sustainable development.

Contact GENI for free information on how you can help realize this compelling global strategy

tel: 619-595-0139
e: geni@cerf.net

fax: 619-595-0403

GENI: Global Energy Network International
PO Box 81565, San Diego, CA 92138 USA
(A US non-profit education and research corporation)