We Are GJM

The growing negative impact of climate change on the world is overwhelming.

None experiences the impact of climate change more than Frontline Communities who are disproportionately vulnerable to social, economic, health and environmental injustices – and this is leading to deteriorating inequity for them.

If we stay on the current trajectory; 216 million people are at risk of internal displacement by 2050 (World Bank).

Acknowledging and addressing climate change doesn’t translate into a zero-sum game. Using our proprietary ResilienceIndex™ and ResilienceAI™ we translate data into consequential solutions for climate change and creating meaningful jobs in marginalized, frontline communities, while simultaneously buoying existing financial, industrial, agricultural and energy systems.

Our purpose at GJM is to invest in Resilience using our ResilienceAI™ and build meaningful income generation while reversing climate change.

“Exponentially scaling Resilience to climate change in Frontline Communities, globally”

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We define Resilience as

“The ability to prepare for, respond, adapt to and thrive in adverse climate conditions.”

Resilience underpins every UN Sustainable Development Goal. Lives, property, houses, infrastructure, ecosystems, and livelihoods are endangered. People are demanding actions to safeguard them from these rising risks.

By engaging with front-line communities and supporting locally led adaptation; we tap into their wisdom, entrepreneurial talent, and knowledge, while providing them with the resources to make sound investments into building a future that creates Green Jobs, reverses poverty, inequity, and climate change.

GJM supports and is supported by the Alliance for a Climate Resilient Earth (ACRE)

The time to invest in resilience is now

In building Climate Change Resilience, our approach is always twofold:

1. How to redress the symptoms causing, and damages caused by climate change – using Emergency Response Technology for recovery

2. Proactively structuring new Green Jobs platforms for a future that advances resilience and reverses climate change – reinforcing communities to stay healthy, safe, powered, fed and secure using our proprietary ResilienceIndex™, ResilienceAI™ and Infrastructure Technologies

“The challenge of pollution and global warming is no longer the science, or the rate of innovation, but the rate of implementation: We have the clean solutions; now let's bundle them and install them.”
~ Jens Martin Skibsted
“The challenge of pollution and global warming is no longer the science, or the rate of innovation, but the rate of implementation: We have the clean solutions; now let's bundle them and install them.”
~ Jens Martin Skibsted
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How does GJM intend to do it?

GJM use humanity’s most advanced technologies ResilienceAI™ and the ResilienceIndex™ to create Green Jobs on a massive scale; so that we progressively invest in turning around climate change and wealth creation in the worlds disadvantaged, exploited and marginalized communities.

To create options, hope and possibility for those who don’t have, and create a platform for massive creativity and potential to change the world for good.

What are Green Jobs?

Any job that helps to conserve natural resources and has a net positive impact on the environment

Wetlands restoration
Weatherization and energy efficiency
Renewable energy storage solutions
Waste removal and recycling
Tree planting
Storm water clean up
Water and wastewater treatment
Public green space construction and maintenance
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Cloud Computing & Data Centers
Cloud computing is the on-demand availability of computer system resources, especially data storage (cloud storage) and computing power, without direct active management by the user. Large clouds often have functions distributed over multiple locations, each location being a data center.
Blockchain
Blockchain is a shared, immutable ledger that facilitates the process of recording transactions and tracking assets in a business network. An asset can be tangible or intangible.
Drone technology
Drone technology covers everything about drones, from drone aerodynamics and materials of manufacture to the sensors, circuit boards, frames, chipset, and software that are the brains of the drone. DJI is certainly the most famous brand for drones in the world and has the largest share in the open market.
AI & Machine Learning
Artificial Intelligence refers to the general ability of computers to emulate human thought and perform tasks in real-world environments, while Machine Learning refers to the technologies and algorithms that enable systems to identify patterns, make decisions, and improve themselves through experience and data.
5G Networks
5G is the 5th generation mobile network and enables a new kind of network that is designed to connect virtually everyone and everything together including machines, objects, and devices.
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Five broad areas of technology focus for GJM

A snapshot into some of the many technologies that GJM uses to underpin our behavior tech and our programs

"Going slow on climate action is the same as losing"
Bill McKibben
"Going slow on climate action is the same as losing"
Bill McKibben
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Our allies against climate change

Yellowspot is the Behavior Tech trailblazer. Their mission is to create smart living products that change outcomes. Their approach is founded in science, powered by AI and delivered through technology.

The Stimson center is a nonprofit, nonpartisan think tank which aims to enhance international peace and security through a combination of analysis and outreach.

I D R I S is a Resilience impact Organisation driving innovation, developing ‘net zero’ infrastructure, de-carbonising our economy enabling circular manufacturing – renewing economies in an environmentally integrated and sustainable way.

The time to invest in resilience is now

You need to join this collective

“What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make.”
~ Dr. Jane Goodall
“What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make.”
~ Dr. Jane Goodall
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Our team

Founders

Sharron L. McPherson

Entrepreneur, Driver, Humanist, Creator

Lene Andersen

Entrepreneur, Strategist, Innovator, Operator

Rienzo Colpo

Entrepreneur, Business Coach, Community Builder, Trainer

Our Fellows

Anna Kanze Hamilton

Strategist, Project Specialist

Teboho Thatho

Development Finance Specialist

Peter Bygholm

Entrepreneur, Finance and M&A, Funds Management

Simone Yan

Research, Project Delivery Specialist

Strategic Advisors

David Bray

Founding Expert Advisor (Former Senior Director Geo Tech Center & Geo Tech Commission)

Marco Angelino

Founding Expert Advisor, Legal & Structuring

Amanda Sawicz

Innovation and Strategic Partnerships, Collaborator Extraordinaire

Special Advisors

Brian Hughes

Founding Expert Advisor, Strategic Relationships

Cynthia Parrish

Founding Expert, Advisor, Legal & Structuring

Hod Lipson

Founding Expert Advisor Artificial Intelligence

Ed Hudson

Solution Developer, Data-driven Analytical Critical Thinker

Watch our soft launch

GJM wants businesses and governments to see the opportunity of Climate Change Resilience as an investment, and to understand how we are deploying technologies to catalyze collective climate action. So, on the 18th of May 2022, The Green Jobs Machine held a launch, hosted by the Stimson Centre.

Watch here and learn more. And on how to partner with the GJM collective in shaping a future of resilient communities.

See us on TV

Play Video

DisrupTV with Sharron McPherson and David Bray, hosted by Vala Afshar and Ray Wang

“Resilience matters because … because resilience, right on par with climate mitigation, should be the number one investment priority in the world today. 

US national security strategy identifies climate change as being in the top 3 threats to national security, and resilience is the Imperative focus in addressing this”. ~ Sharron McPherson

“Come for the jobs, stay for the resiliency” ~ David Bray

"Going slow on climate action is the same as losing"
Bill McKibben
"Going slow on climate action is the same as losing"
Bill McKibben
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Contact us today to make a better tomorrow

(+1) 917 704 1817

Email info@thegjm.com

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