Sustainability that sustains the people.

The United Nations defines SUSTAINABILITY as “meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.”   The MacArthur Foundation’s circular economic model helps disadvantaged communities create new businesses by designing products that use or minimize waste.   We do our part by repurposing wasted space in buildings, vacant lots or brownfields and building learning labs to make technology accessible to cultural and linguistic minorities who want to grow food, produce energy and clean water as businesses in  emerging markets.

ICYMI: Clean Soil and Water is a 1st world problem.

our approach is to use nature to heal the planet.

Removing contaminants Using phytoremediation (cleaning soil and water with plants) in brownfields and inner city lots could save a generation from environmental health challenges.