“We define resilience as the ability to prepare for, respond, adapt to and thrive in adverse climate conditions.”

Introducing the Green Jobs Machine

The New Gold Standard for Defining, Measuring, Ranking, and, Driving Resilience

GJM will aggregate data on adverse climate events that have occurred and that are likely to occur, including extreme weather events such as hurricanes, floods, extreme heat, droughts, wet days and people affected. In partnership with space technologists and GIS specialists, GJM will be positioned to help local communities better protect their environmental ecosystems

GJM will gather data on factors relating to unemployment rates, youth unemployment, debt, income inequality, urban vs. rural employment, market losses from extreme weather, level of informal economy, participation of vulnerable populations in local GDP

GJM will focus on data relating to the availability, quality, containment, inventory, reliability, mobility and reduced environmental impact of the critical infrastructure that supports water, energy, transportation and communication systems.

These factors support the economic, health, social, environmental, and cultural standards of a country. They includes academic institutions, healthcare facilities, government services (including parks, policy, emergency services), business improvement districts, civic organizations and community services

This category of data includes social & demographic factors relating to age, gender, ethnicity, % living below poverty line, urbanization rates, health factors, special communication needs, independence/mobility, transportation access, cohesiveness of social networks/connections, access to resources. It intersects with economic factors including empowerment of local populations and employment in vulnerable industrial sectors. 

This category of factors enables GJM to measure and rank governance capacity (ethics, civil society participation, climate and resilience planning, disaster response capacity). It also measures stability factors including social tension and incidences of civil unrest or instability. 

“Going slow on climate action is the same as losing” Bill McKibben

Infrastructure in a box

Our goal in developing the world’s 1st ResilienceAI™ Platform is to drive resilience at the local level where collective climate action matters most. But each community, business, project and context is different. So, big data, analytics and machine learning are critical to reducing complexity and providing an easily accessible platform for knowledge sharing across communities,businesses and projects - thereby enabling us to scale resilience investment globally. However, even the best ResilienceAI™ alone cannot drive resilience. To drive resilience, we must make tools easy and rewarding to use. GJM’s innovative ecosystem approach includes a suite of add-on support services that use gaming theory & behavior tech for community applications.

Resilient people build resilient communities, businesses and governments