The Commodity Ecology Mobile (CEM) platform is an online platform to enfranchise the world in its sustainable development. This is a review of the three major design decisions in this platform to reach cheaply and durably (1) all people, (2) all regions, and (3) all material uses to aid a clean circular economy. Respectively, it does this by (1) creating a long-term civic deliberation space taking advantage of the existing network value of over 5 billion mobile phones, (2) by using 867 ecoregions as a global yet detailed geographic space in which to debate and build such regional sustainable development, and (3) by using the Commodity Ecology model which is the most detailed framework of a circular economy with 130 different social uses of materials. The platform is recognized by the United Nations Academic Impact Office (UNAI) as an excellent way to achieve Sustainable Development Goal 12 (Encourage Sustainable Production and Consumption). The 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) will not be achieved by 2030 without a world strategy to enfranchise billions in their development. Mobile-accessible platforms and virtual communities can build real geographic community participation toward sustainable goals worldwide. Moreover, a strategy to achieve SDG 12 first uniquely catalyzes action on all other SDG goals. A conclusion discusses the technical and social plans of the project for the future.
II. Literature Review: Avoiding Past Policy Dichotomies of Sustainable Development with the CEM Platform
III. Frameworks of Vast Decision Space in Multi-regional CEM Platform
IV. CEM Platform: Three Design Decisions Merged into an Online Platform
V. The Vision of the CEM