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First world Personal Biodiversity Unit PBU
It is special because as precedent |invention | prototype. It was not made by local people but influenced by them.
It is not ideally eco-friendly redesigned because of unclear ownership. It was created without support of new world order Balanced Coexistism.
In spite of that, world first PBU as the invention and real life experiment is 5 years old.
Experiment is successful and as such, it calls for a massive expansion of the idea.

Continent original CO (mix languages, no commonly-known religion, worlds cuisine but meat/fish only once or twice per week, 
talking with fauna and flora species on PBU, inviting friends on PBU lunches, dinners and tea parties, 
listening and making some of music, strong activity on art and design making)

- Climate Specific CS (Sub Saharan country with hot semi-arid climate, 
temperatures from 3 to 35 degrees Celsius, low humidity 10 months (dry season), 
high humidity 2 months (rainy season), precipitation/annual rainfall 60 mm sunshine 13 months per year, 
cloudiness low, winds sometimes stronger, African highlands 2100 m above sea level)

- Geographic Information System GIS (indoor spaces (one level) existing house ‘villa type’ 95m2 / 257m3,
  in-between spaces (verandas) 32m2, age 15 years, 
outdoor space - lavish garden 355m2 
Indoor Structure: concrete, wood, steel, stone, corrugated metal. Indoor surface materials: teracco, cement, wood, glass
World first PBU site of 488m2 is on one level in the city of approximately 300 000 people.
Local basic goods shop is in 10 m distance. Public transport point 1 km away.


World first PBU 52 different flora species 
(common names instead of Latin will be used suitable for wider public)
outdoor green structure and surfaces: 5 date palms, 2 mexican fan palm, dragon tree (dracaena cochinchinensis), vine, 3 (pink) guava trees, 
3 flamboyant trees, vernonia tree, pepper tree, 4 casimiroa tree, 2 southern silky oaks, 3 alpine brush, 2 juniper trees, pine tree, avocado tree, 
mango tree, banana tree, 3 bougainvillea, 2 lantana bushes, 2 pelargonia bushes, tea rose bush, 2 aloe veras, 4 candelabra trees, 2 oleanders, 4 agave cactuses, papyrus, canna lily, baby sun rose, strelitzia, hibiscuses, 2 elephant ear plants, 10 types of succulents - ghost plant, finger jade, crassula ovata, chandelier plants, 2 fox tail agaves, 
elephant bush, song of india, peperomia jade plants, snake plant, pencil cactus, tree houseleek, campfire plant, 
pen wiper plant, tree tobacco, pigmy weeds, boat lily, purple hearts, rosemary, pepper mint, chicory salad, 3 grass species, weeds, etc

World first PBU 76 fauna species / wildlife
(common names instead of Latin will be used suitable for wider public)
Permanent (daily) outdoor bio structure and surfaces: eclipse leopard geckos, lizards, african black small ants, medium orange ants, 
termites, many species of insects mostly not harmful,
more than 10 species of african pollinators, more than 10 species of day-time and night-time butterflies, more than 5 species of african beetles
african citril, greater blue-eared starling, ankober serin, red-cheeked cordon-bleu, paradise flycatcher, african collared dove, 
dusky turtle dove, red-eyed dove, laughing dove, speckled pigeon, white wing collared dove, speckled mouse bird, european black kite, 
cillared sunbird, variable sunbird, white-bellied sunbird, streaky canary, red-billed firefinch, cut-throat waxbill, reichenow’s weaver, 
lesser masked weaver, village weaver southern race, and grey headed sparrow
temporary (seasonal): green fringed bug, straw-coloured fruit bat, little bee eater, white-billed starling, african grey hornbill, 
african hoopoe, cinnamon-chested bee eater, black-collared barbet, tropical boubou, mocking cliff chat, silverbird, 
scarlet-chested sunbird, beautiful sunbird
rare visits: abyssinian genet, ring-tailed lemur, olive baboon, ankole watusi,


World first PBU domestic animals
Permanent (daily): abyssinian male cat 
Temporary: abyssinian cats, hens, chickens

Plumbing, electrical and heating support of World first PBU’s indoor spaces
PBU gets water from municipality once a week or once in 14 days. Water scarcity is huge.
PBU has its water storage tanks 3800 m3.
Electricity is available 80% of time. Internet is available 50% of time.
Cooking is possible on electricity stove and gas cylinder.
Hot water is provided from two boilers, one in kitchen and one in bathroom.
Natural climate conditions requires heating 30% of time.
This is temporary solved with electric heathers.


World first PBU metabolism
It has septic tank, and rainwater from the roof is led to the garden. 
PBU residents eat mainly vegetable, fruits, cereals and legumes and recycle all organic waste into compost (soil conditioner).
90% of local food offer is unpacked therefore artificial waste is minimized.
There is also no food waste. What we buy, prepare or cook is 100% eaten.


World first PBU foot print
It is far from ideal. All electricity and heating sourcing needs to be changed to solar and passive solar.
Roof water harvesting (rainy season) need to be constructed as support system.

World first PBU time usage
Till now, the time usage of space as important spatial factor, was worldwide neglected.
 It shows our general spatial economy and relevance of built spaces on planet Earth,
the justification that artificial space can even exist.
Indoor spaces
Daytime 50% of time (except holidays - EH). Night time 94 % of time (EH).
In-between spaces
Daytime 15% of time (EH). Night time 2 % of time (EH).
Outdoor spaces
Daytime 15% of time (EH). Night time 2 % of time (EH).
Absence daytime 20%, night time 2% (EH).
*residents would spent even more time in the PBU outdoor spaces, if there would not be so much dust in the air, 
because generally all city is under construction.

Future Timeline for Balanced Coexistism and Personal Biodiversity Unit


We do not think that, in the historical time frame new world order Balanced Coexistism with Personal Biodiversity Unit - PBU
 is the final and eternal lasting system.
But we are convinced that in the coming decades is the only possible quality solution 
for the climate crisis, the planet and the Earth's overpopulation of 7.7 billion people. 
When the planet is balanced in the future,
the new world order will be welcome.