By Brady Owen/ Shock Ya News
In a momentous occasion for Antigua and Barbuda, Prime Minister Gaston Browne, accompanied by his wife Maria Bird Browne, recently visited the RastaLand project in St. John’s, Antigua.
The project, a joint effort between the government and the Farmers Antigua Turst Company, (FAT) aims to empower citizens and create a sustainable future for the country.
During the visit, PM Browne and a host of local celebrities had the opportunity to witness the remarkable work being conducted by the Antigua Sovereign Wealth Fund for the Environment. This newly established non-government agency, in partnership with Minister Sir Molwyn Joseph and his team from the Ministry of Health and Environment, is making significant strides in environmental conservation and protection.
Adding to the excitement, billionaire Alki David joined forces with the Gaston Browne government to develop a groundbreaking sustainable theme park and carbon credits registry. This innovative approach to combatting climate change not only focuses on reducing carbon emissions but also creates economic opportunities for the country.
The carbon credits registry operates through the collaboration of the FAT Registry and Carbon Base, a renowned Swedish governmental agency led by world-leading geneticist Olof Olsen. Working closely with Alki David, Olsen has utilized cutting-edge genetic cloning techniques at Swissx Genetics Labs, based in Antigua, to preserve and revive various endangered animal and plant species.
With the United Nations estimating that 70% of all life on Earth has disappeared in the past 65 years, the programs developed by Swissx Genetics aim to restore extinct species back to life on RastaLand, located on Swissx Island. This ambitious endeavor not only contributes to the protection of biodiversity but also serves as a beacon of hope for a brighter future.
Through the combined efforts of the Antigua Sovereign Wealth Fund for the Environment, the Farmers Antigua Trust Company, and their partnership with Alki David, PM Gaston Browne’s government is taking bold steps toward sustainable development and environmental conservation. The carbon credits registry, along with the revival of extinct species, demonstrates their commitment to creating a thriving, resilient future for Antigua and Barbuda.
Gaston Brown, accompanied by the geneticaly engineered Doberman Vader embarks on a captivating survey of RastaLand, generating intrigue and capturing media attention. Vader, a remarkable carbon copy clone meticulously crafted at Swissx Labs Antigua, has been the focal point of numerous news stories lately.