Geolocation-Based Voting

You can share your opinion here and now about how you would like the land you inhabit to be managed.

GeoVote empowers voters to organize with each other.


  1. Phasing Out Detention Centers

Begin the dismantling of detention centers, such as:

  • jails
  • prisons
  • detention centers
  • internment camps

Refer conflicting parties to restorative justice centers.

  1. Grow Public Resources

Remediate soil to grow public resources on underutilized land, such as:

  • abandoned & empty lots
  • medians
  • narrowed sidewalks & streets
  • ornamental planters
  • park peripheries
  • sidewalk dirt patches

*”Soil remediation” is the transformation of depleted or contaminated soil into fertile soil. One of the most studied and effective ways to remediate soil for growing diverse, drought-tolerant, healthy plants is to incorporate biochar compost.

  1. Quiet Neighborhood Road Reduction

Reduce road size in low-traffic neighborhoods, with an option to replace cars with small electric vehicles and reform asphalt and cement into peripheral car garages, food & materials production facilities, and community centers.

Neighbors can opt for a “de-fence” program to incorporate backyards as parks.

  1. Opting for Cob

Allow residents to construct cob buildings, ovens, and pools to replace modern constructions.

Cob” is a method of sculpting structures, such as ovens and buildings, out of soil, grass, and other found natural materials.
Example: Cob on Wood

  1. Footpaths

Provide continuous barefoot-traversable footpaths, consisting of soil and small plants.

Barefoot walking has cardiovascular and sensory benefits.

  1. Allow Nudity

Nudity has the following health and environmental impacts:

  • producing of Vitamin D, an effective treatment for COVID-19
  • increasing range of motion
  • removing a source of class delineation
  • decreasing demand for sweatshop labor
  • decreasing fabric waste

Social responses to nudity will change as it becomes more common.