Creating a world worth passing on
As we are living on this single planet, we have the responsibility to look after it. Whilst making sure that we live our lives to the fullest now, we must also enable our children and grand-children to enjoy this earth into the infinite future. A global concern that needs a multi-faceted approach in which everyone has a role to play. We are passionate about projects that aspire to improve life on this beautiful planet of ours, from both a human and ecological perspective.
A lot of our current day problems can be solved on the land. By taking soil-health as the number 1 priority, regenerative farming helps to: promote an active soil microbiome, capture CO2, fix nitrogen, hold water in the soil, stop erosion, increase biodiversity and provide natural pest-control mechanisms, all with healthy food as a consequence.
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In the ideal world, people only have access to healthy, nutrient-rich food from trusted sources. The process of growing and providing such food should ideally contribute to the well-being of the planet too. A world in which consumption has a net positive effect in terms of carbon footprint, increase in biodiversity and improved soil life.
low impact living
In order to reduce our ecological footprints dramatically, increased comfort must go hand in hand with smarter use of resources. We have to build passive solar housing with renewable materials and equip houses with smart appliances that minimise water use, energy use and contamination of waste streams.
In the ideal world we rely on wind, wave and solar power to live our everyday lives, backup up by low impact storage solutions that are safe, don't pollute and are fully re-usable.
A key role for suppliers is to help consumers lead this transition with better customer service, more control, smarter technology and a better feeling.
We live in times where it is possible to give everyone access to information, goods and services. The key barriers to doing so are related to funding, understanding and focus.
There is a lot to be gained by including minority groups into design choices, aiming for positive outcomes for all members of society.
What if we could all travel to our meetings, our loved-ones and activities without having to worry about pollution, climate change, or being vulnerable to other road users?
And what if our kids can safely move around town and country without having to rely on their parents to trolley them around?