Measuring progress towards Sustainability

There are many tools to measure a company’s progress towards sustainability. We recommand and use the Future-Fit Business Benchmark® because it clearly and comprehensively defines when and how an activity or business will be sustainable. Developed from The Natural Step principles and science, this audit measures the company’s state in regards of 21 future-fit goalsContinue reading “Measuring progress towards Sustainability”

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Community Involvement

After working on ourselves and improving our households as much as we can, getting involved in our community is a powerful and accessible way to make a positive change. Over the years, I have volunteered in many groups depending on what’s on and the children’s activities. Unsurprisingly, I tend to focus on sustainability-related initiatives. Today,Continue reading “Community Involvement”

New! Retail Eco-Makeover

There are many cheap, easy ways to improve your shop’s environmental sustainability. Changing your lighting can reduce your costs, adding eco-products in your display can attract clients, not giving away plastic bags can save the oceans and marine life… And so on! No small stuff! We have designed the Retail Eco-makeover, a 10-chapter audit toContinue reading “New! Retail Eco-Makeover”

101 questions to green your office

Greening your office is a great start on your journey towards more sustainability because it is specific and visibly effective. Right here in Wanaka and serving Queenstown and Central Otago, we go through your office with our exclusive 101 questions audit, taking less than 30 mn of your time. Within a week, we deliver aContinue reading “101 questions to green your office”

Yellow Blue Park

Yellow Blue Park is a project that combines a campground, a campus and community participation to optimize the use of space and facilities. Developed between 2011 and 2013 in Wanaka, it is on hold due to the campus part discontinuation.  Click here for the Slideshow that present the project, the Website, the Facebook Page, and a PresentationContinue reading “Yellow Blue Park”