There is no need for Creolearth. Creolearth develops from desire, not need.
Creolearth coevolves if people desire a beautiful, globally shared language (GSL).
There is no need for Creolearth as a lingua franca or auxiliary language. English serves as a global lingua franca (ELF), and this role is extensive and expanding. Several other major languages serve as linguae francae for very large regions of the globe. Invented languages are available for those attracted to such projects, and various simplified English projects such as Basic English, Globish, and Basic Global English also claim to answer a linguistic need. Creolearth makes no such claim. Creolearth develops from desire, not need.
There is no need for Creolearth as a bridge between various languages. Computer translation is advancing steadily, and eventually powerful translation engines may handle almost all translation tasks, and even interpretation. When this happens, a globally shared language (GSL) may seem superfluous. Creolearth develops from desire, not need.
There is no need for Creolearth to claim to promote peace on earth, religious tolerance, and friendship and harmony. Other languages may make such hopeful but unrealistic claims. Creolearth makes none. Creolearth develops from desire, not need.