Here at Pluribus one of our founding principles is that the challenges we face as humanity should be collectively tackled with unrestricted out the box problem solving. We humans are exceptionally creative beings capable of amazing achievements particularly when we collaborate and work together. Scientific and technological advances have opened up a whole new world of possibilities when it comes to how we tackle humanitarian problems that have plagued us for decades. Yet the existing structures and protocols designed to address such issues often restrict progress in its freest form. We are self limiting by not allowing ourselves to remove these procedural shackles from our mind.

Now is the time to completely reimagine how we do things. Our own amazing advances have shifted the game up several levels yet we continue to use techniques suitable for the ground floor. New technology has made things we could have only dreamt of in the past now a reality. Who would have thought, for example, that we would be so close to having a self driving car? The implications of this are huge and stem from smart people understanding that with the rise in popularity of car sharing applications on our smart phones we can now totally re-image how we use cars in our everyday life. No more will we need large scale parking lots everywhere, the potential for human error while driving is removed and our time is freed up since we no longer will have to drive… The list goes on. This is revolutionary and all because we understood that the old paradigm has shifted enough to make the entire process we used previously obsolete.

Why are we not problem solving like this with humanitarian issues? Sure having a self driving car is cool and efficient but isn’t it more important we work on solving problems like homelessness, hunger and climate change? There is so much potential to easily make significant impact in these areas if only we could let go of what no longer serves us and move with the times.

That is why, here at Pluribus, we are fearless in our pursuit of the options now available to us for tackling these critical challenges. We want to be the epitome of problem solving outside of the box. But our strength lies in collaboration, and that is why we need your help to further our goal. Please get involved with our mission to make the world a better place. Together we can be the change that is so desperately needed.

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