Sustainable Project Financing to $3 Billion USD

US Executive ® & its Partners are Bringing Sustainable Project
Financing to Governments & Organizations Worldwide

US Executive ® and its Partners assist Governments, Businesses & other Organizations obtain Sustainable Project Financing for up to $3 Billion USD. US Executive ® & its Partners have a variety of terms for financing and to qualify, the project must generate financial gains or profits and continue to function on earned income.

Project types vary and include the following (this is not an all-inclusive list, but what US Executive ® & its Partners have previously funded) – please complete the application at the bottom of this page so that we may put you in touch with our Group of Investors.

We Invest in many Areas of Sustainability & Support the
Benefits Provided by their Associations Worldwide…

Crop Rotation & Sustainable Agriculture

Crop rotation is the practice of planting different crops in the same farm to enhance soil fertility and assist control diseases and insects. Crop rotation is beneficial in many ways; most importantly, it’s chemical free. This means using this farming practice maintains integrity of your soil, making it a sustainable development practice.

Sustainable Entertainment

Long before the COVID-19 Pandemic, the Entertainment Industry has been looking at ways to reduce its footprint. This involves everything from the Design, Construction & Fit-out of Movie Theaters & Theme Parks, to Concert Venues using re-fillable drink bottle to reduce waste, the Cruise Industry moving towards Bio-Diesel & lowering CO2 emissions, increasing awareness and motivating action.

Sustainable Green Space

Green spaces are locations where plants and animals are left to flourish. Parks also fall into the category of green spaces. Green spaces provide people remarkable opportunity to take pleasure in outdoor recreation, more so in big cities, where resting space is hard to come by. Green spaces also help regulate climate and quality of air, insulates rivers and streams from polluted runoff and lowers energy usage by dealing with the warming impacts of paved surfaces.

Sustainable Solar Energy

This is energy harnessed from the sun using solar panels. It’s advantageous since it’s absolutely free and its supply is infinite. These factors make it beneficial to consumers and good for Mother Nature because it doesn’t contribute to emission of greenhouse gasses.

Sustainable Tourism

Sustainable Tourism is an industry committed to making a low impact on the environment and local culture, while helping to generate future employment for local people. The positive of sustainable tourism is to ensure that development is a positive experience for local people; tourism companies; and tourists themselves.

Sustainable Transportation

Sustainable transportation is the capacity to support the mobility needs of a society in a manner that is the least damageable to the environment and does not impair the mobility needs of future generations.

Sustainable Water Management

Sustainable Water Management means the ability to meet the water needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to do the same. Water sustainability also means effective and holistic management of water resources.

Sustainable Wind Energy

Wind energy is energy harnessed from the motion of wind using wind turbine or windmills. Wind energy is renewable, which means it’s never ending and can be used to substitute energy at the grid. This makes it a good sustainable development practice.

US Executive’s ® Group of Investors do not discriminate where they invest if the Project is Sustainable, will Benefit the Citizens of the Proposed Project Country & Backed by their Government

The Group has Invested in Projects on all Seven (7) Continents.

US Executive ® & its Partners are Bringing Sustainable Project
Financing to Governments & Organizations Worldwide

US Executive ® is Proud to provide the Project Owner EXPERT Sustainable Engineering & Construction Guidance, Support Services and a GUARANTEED Full Product/Facility Lifecycle. US Executive ® LEED Designs, SMART Builds & then provides Professional Systems-Certified & Factory-Trained SME Support Staff for the Long-term Management & Maintenance of each Facility. This approach saves our Clientele a tremendous amount of time and money by having US Executive ® protect their investment from the beginning to end.

What is Sustainable Development

Sustainable Development is the practice of using guidelines for environmentally responsible and energy savings to create new development projects and to maintain and retrofit older projects. It can include using green materials in new construction, designing projects that can harvest their own energy to reduce load on a power grid, or that incorporate green space in order to counterbalance the green space removed to build the onsite facilities. There is a heavy emphasis on making sure that what is built can be maintained and repaired in a way that minimizes the degradation of the original development so that the lifespan of a facility is longer than normal.

Sustainable Development involves satisfying the needs of the present population without endangering the capability of future population to satisfy its own needs.It’s about improving the well-being of everyone wherever they are and achieving this milestone collectively. Sustainable Development also digs deeper. This means we want companies to expand, people to have the best jobs, everyone to afford nutritious foods wherever they live, quality and affordable education for everyone, freedom of speech without violence, and our economies to grow exponentially. We want to develop innovative technologies while keeping the environment safe.

Goals of Sustainable Development

There are (3) Primary Goals of Sustainable Development:

1. To minimize the depletion of natural resources when creating new developments.
2. To create development that can be maintained and sustained without causing further harm to the environment.
3. To provide methods for retrofitting existing developments to make them into environmentally friendly facilities and projects.

Global Organizations such as United Nations, NGOS, Aid Organizations and even Governments are increasingly sponsoring efforts to ensure Sustainable Development Goals are realized for every individual across the board. Some other most important Sustainable Development Goals set by these bodies include:

Eradication of Poverty
across the World

These organizations primarily focus on the least developed and low-income countries where poverty is rife. They aim to eradicate poverty across the board by expanding social protection programs like school feeding, cash transfers, targeted food assistance, social insurance, and labor market programs such as skill training, old age pensions, wage subsidies, unemployment insurance, disability pensions and so on.

Promotion of Good Health
& Well-being

This sustainable development goal seeks to ensure good health and well-being for all at each stage of life. The goal considers all the main health priorities such as maternal and child health, reproductive health, environmental, communicable, and non-communicable diseases, universal health coverage, and access to quality, safe, effective, and affordable vaccines and medicines. It also advocates for enhanced health financing, increased research, and development, strengthening the capacity of every country engaged in health risk prevention and management.

Provision of Quality
Education for All

These bodies have realized that the level of child school dropout is at an all-time high. This gap must be closed to ensure sustainable future development even as international communities work to ensure quality and equity in the education sector. In a nutshell, this goal seeks to ensure equitable and inclusive quality education and promotion of long-life learning opportunities.

Achieving Gender
Equality

In the past few decades, gender equality and women empowerment have been agendas for most governments for long-term sustainable development. Access to education for girls has since improved, the percentage of child marriage has plummeted, and huge leaps have been taken in the domain of sexual and reproductive health and rights such as dramatic reduction in maternal health. Although there is still a long way to go to reach this milestone, organizations are using every ounce of their energy and throwing in resources to ensure the dream is realized.

Provision of Clean Water
& Sanitation

Water and sanitation are on top of the chart regarding sustainable development. They are critical to the survival of humans and the planet. This goal aims to address aspects relating to sanitation, hygiene, drinking water and the quality and sustainability of water resources across the globe.

Building up Strong
Infrastructure, Supporting
Inclusive & Sustainable
Industrialization &
Incubating Innovation

This goal considers three aspects of Sustainable Development: industrialization, infrastructure, and innovation.Infrastructure is vital because it offers the basic framework necessary to smooth running of enterprise and society at large. Industrialization drives up economic development, yield job opportunities, hence, reducing levels of poverty.Innovation enhances technological abilities of industrial sectors and triggers the development of innovative skills.

Enabling Access to
Affordable & Clean Energy

Energy is the most critical resource to achieving most of the Sustainable Development goals. Energy plays a vital role in mitigating poverty through advancements in industrialization, education, water supply and health and fighting climate change. This Sustainable Development goal focuses on developing and expanding renewable energy resources such as Sun, Wind, Hydropower, Liquid & Solid Biofuels, Biogas and Geothermal. These renewable sources of energy don’t emit greenhouse gasses to the atmosphere and so are ideal for the environment and human health.

There are other Sustainable Development Goals set by these bodies including Decent Jobs & Economic Growth, Sustainable Cities & Communities, Conservation of Sea, Ocean & Marine resources, combating climate change, sustainable consumption and production patterns and much more.

How Can we Make it Happen?

To make sustainable development the norm, we must change the vision of the cultures of each country. To change the vision of the culture two things have to occur.

1. The culture must value a global benefit more than a local one.
2. A responsibility towards providing and sustaining resources for the future must be of more value than profit in the present must be developed.

Both of these are very hard to do because it requires an element of self-sacrifice be adopted by the present society. The value of the future is something that is not held in high esteem when it comes to creating a profit, or to living with convenience.

The general self-focus of each generation is understandable, but as history has shown in other areas – it can be expanded to include a sense of responsibility towards futures unknown that will allow for different choices to me made in the present.

What Prevents Sustainable Development from Happening?

There are two major issues that prevent sustainable development from happening.

1. The first is that for many aspects of development, using sustainable methods and materials is expensive. While the long-term cost of sustainability does prove to be less expensive that traditional development, the creation of a sustainable project may be far more expensive in the first phase.
2. The second major issue is that there is not a generally accepted need for sustainable development. This is an education issue that may take many years
to resolve.

Contractors and investors cannot see the importance of sustainable projects when they cost more to initiate. When the goal is to make money in the short term,it can be very difficult to generate the long-term vision that is required to understand the importance of sustainability.

Towards this end, there are more government regulations and incentive programs that have been put into place to make sustainable development a more attractive option for program and project managers.

Importance of Sustainable Development

Sustainable Development is a hard topic to nail down because it consists of a wide range of things. Due to the technicality and complexity of this topic, it’s best to check out its importance holistically to be able to grasp it easily. Population is the main factor driving up sustainable development campaigns. So, the importance of sustainable development can be viewed from this perspective:

Provides Essential Human Needs:

The explosion of population means people will have to scramble for the limited life essentials like food, shelter, and water. Adequate provision of these basic needs almost entirely hinges on infrastructure capable of sustaining them for a long time. If governments insist on utilizing fossil fuel-based sources of energy instead of renewable and sustainable options, the cost and environmental effects of supplying these basic needs would become a tall order

Agricultural Requirement:

Growing population means agriculture must catch up. Finding ways to feed more than 3 billion people can be staggering. If same unsustainable cultivation, planting, irrigation, spraying, and harvesting techniques are utilized in the future, they might prove to be financially burdening considering fossil fuel resources are projected to run out. Sustainable development focuses on sustainable agricultural methods such as effective seeding techniques and crop rotation to promote high yields while maintaining the integrity of the soil, which produces food for a large population.

Manage Climate Change:

Climate change can be mitigated by sustainable development practices. Sustainable development practices seek to reduce the use of fossil-based sources of fuel like oil, natural gas, and coal. Fossil fuel sources of energy are unsustainable since they will deplete in the future and are responsible for the emission of greenhouse gasses.

Financial Stability:

Sustainable development practices have the ability to create more financially sustainable economies across the globe. Developing countries that can’t access fossil fuels can leverage renewable forms of energy to power their economies. From the development of renewable energy technologies, these countries can create sustainable jobs as opposed to finite jobs based on fossil fuel technologies.

Sustain Biodiversity:

Unsustainable development and overconsumption practices greatly impact biodiversity. Life ecosystem is designed in such a way that species depend on one another for survival. For instance, plants produce oxygen that humans need for respiration. Humans exhale carbon dioxide that plants need for growth and production. Unsustainable development practices like emission of greenhouse gasses in the atmosphere kill many plant species resulting in reduction of atmospheric oxygen. This is not good for humans. Sustainable development practices encourage the use of renewable energy resources, and organic farming practices that do not emit any greenhouse gas to the atmosphere.

In the long run, there will be no debate about sustainable development. Sustainable development has proven to be cleaner, potentially more efficient, and is the only way to grow our economies without impacting human health and environment. Due to world governments putting more emphasis on sustainable development, more people today are moving towards renewable sources of energy like solar, wind, hydropower and geothermal. As more people join this bandwagon, a lot more of the resources will be required, and this will mean faster depletion of resources. With time sustainable development will not be an option for individuals wanting to live a healthy life and lifestyle choices.

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