The project is divided into three scales: the archipelago, the islands, and structures. Each scale is thoughtfully zoned to balance human and non-human use while preserving biodiversity. Nonhuman islands are restricted from human access, while joint-use areas allow for co-existence. The islands are designated with different zones, focusing on either human or non-human use. The implementation process involves comprehensive planning, stakeholder engagement, research, zoning, and design development. Environmental impact assessments are carried out to ensure sustainability. The actual implementation of zoning and infrastructure takes several years, followed by rewilding and biodiversity enhancement efforts.
Regular monitoring and adaptation are part of the ongoing process to ensure the project’s success in creating a harmonious environment for both humans.