Bloom Network Governance Whitepaper
A federated DAO of bioregional hubs
I spent 12 years designing a financial model that would support distributed grassroots organizing for climate mobilization. This paper summarizes the outcomes.
The first section gives a high level overview of the social network so have context for its governance and economic model.
Our regenerative economic protocol is designed to help regional economies form that center on the wellness of a place and its people.
Lastly, the governance section focuses on a bioregional leadership and what we might call restorative justice governance. It also supports a formalization of these practices into financial relationships with one another.
The result is a social network governed by place-based communities, with profits routing to grassroots climate and social repair work on the ground, instead of into the pockets of executives and billionaires.