Environment is changing under the influence of human activities. Humankind has deliberately changed the surrounding environment to serve both immediate and long-term needs. Gone are the days where most houses had a kitchen garden with a vegetable patch and a few fruit bearing trees. Most houses had at least a cow and a few hens to cater to dairy and poultry. Farming and agriculture were the primary occupation of majority of the householders. As we started moving out of villages to set up life in large cities, we started living in apartments or houses that had little or no space for gardening/farming. Businessmen grabbed this opportunity with both hands and exploited the innocent people’s needs to mint money. When Economic boom started, exploitation of natural resources began. The Earth's natural resources are vital to the survival and development of the human population.
Sustainability isn’t a commodity as much as it is a lifestyle. It has immediate as well as long-term rewards. Generally, sustainability is forward-thinking, looking ahead to secure a future for you and yours, getting things to last, making things better than you’ve found them. When one chooses to preserve and protect resources, to make as little negative impact on the earth as possible, to nurture the planet as well as those around us, one has chosen the path of sustainability.
Managing our household waste as it becomes useful in some way or the other
Giving back responsibly what we have taken from our mother nature
Energy from sources that can be replenished within a human's life time.
Affordable, Environment friendly construction methods
Individual Social Responsibility
Carbon Offsetting Contributions helps to combat global climate change as well as caring for local communities. A Carbon offset is a way to compensate for our emissions by doing an equivalent carbon dioxide saving elsewhere. Our Projects contributes to balance out a tiny bit of our carbon emissions.