The history of Innovation Centers dates back to the 1970s, when they were first established by governments to address and resolve specific scientific issues impacting national commerce and industry. In most instances, university research entities were contracted by the government to undertake the necessary scientific research deemed critically important.
To this day, scientific research is principally conducted and supported by federal governments to serve and benefit their nation’s people. Today, Innovation Centers operate worldwide. Each has emerged to resolve a particular issue of national value and importance.
an economically distressed community where new investments, under certain conditions, may be eligible for preferential tax treatment.
E.A.R.T.H. Industries wants to help Guam's food insecurity. It is possible to grow and harvest all year by providing a mixed-use development that heavily manufactures agricultural produce in an urban setting. The mixed-use project will also provide significant economic support to the island by constructing cutting-edge manufacturing facilities that will be occupied by foreign entities seeking to manufacture US-made goods, generating a much-needed export tax. E.A.R.T.H. Industries will also build condos and villas for the military's rapidly expanding population and their dependents.
E.A.R.T.H. Industries plans to redevelop depleted areas by providing numerous opportunities for innovation centers, multi-functional sports stadiums, water mitigation, and innovative housing for people of all economic backgrounds. E.A.R.T.H. Industries is building an all-inclusive workforce housing community. With the assistance of two non-profits, we will establish a co-op that works, lives, and plays in a holistic environment. This enables and assists those who are less fortunate to advance. E.A.R.T.H. Industries provides housing for the working community in villas and condominiums, with a strong emphasis on holistic manufacturing linked to health clinics to provide a balance with alternative medicine.
E.A.R.T.H. Industries plans to connect downtown to the lake by extending the urban fabric over large and valuable stretches of waterfront that are currently dedicated to surface parking. Redesign the water's edge to make it more accessible to the public while also incorporating storm surge and flood mitigation techniques. To increase economic viability, E.A.R.T.H. Industries built a multi-functional sports stadium. With a practical plan and code, E.A.R.T.H. Industries has created predictable outcomes, enticing private developers to participate.
Houston, the fourth-largest city in the United States, is a prime example of the city's desperately needed support for its rapidly growing population. A thriving community with innovative technology manufacturing will be housed in our mixed-use, live-work-play development. The emphasis is on developing a comprehensive environment in which tech incubators and developers can coexist.
E.A.R.T.H. Industries intends to rebuild depleted areas with numerous opportunities for innovation centers, multi-functional sports stadiums, water mitigation, and innovative housing for people of all economic backgrounds.
E.A.R.T.H. Industries is constructing a self-contained workforce housing community. We will establish a co-op that works, lives, and plays in a holistic environment with the help of two non-profits. This enables and supports those who are less fortunate to progress. With our villas and condominiums, E.A.R.T.H. Industries provides housing for the working community, with a strong emphasis on holistic manufacturing linked to health clinics to provide a balance with alternative medicine.
E.A.R.T.H. Industries arrives to help with the food desert in Las Vegas. By providing a mixed-use development that heavily manufactures agricultural produce in an urban environment, it is possible to grow and harvest all year. This will benefit the many hotels, restaurants, and casinos. Our mixed-use development will include renewable energy development manufacturing facilities, allowing the city to provide much-needed solar support for the City of Lights.