The WEF’s mission is to “Democratize Infrastructure Management,” and it aims to bring about social change through citizens’ participation. Therefore, we believe that it is vital to have a significant portion of tokens allocated for the ecosystem. These tokens will be distributed out to the ecosystem participants in exchange for their efforts and contributions towards the growth of the environmental database.

Whole Earth Access (WEA) comprises the following three key groups:

1) Information Providers
Information providers (mainly general citizens) can access the environmental database and contribute data to earn utility tokens.

2) Infrastructure Service Providers
Infrastructure service providers can utilize the environmental database and tools created by third-party developers to improve development projects’ efficiency.

3) Partners
Partners can access the environmental database to develop novel tools that benefit the infrastructure and the environment, help publicize our project and vision to the world, and much more.