We have worked for decades at the forefront of sustainable technologies. Occasionally, we pause to marvel at the progress these technologies have made, as we speculate about tomorrow’s discoveries. But then our thoughts return to a stubborn truth…
Without system-level change — individual action on climate change will likely produce results too meagre to matter. That’s why we now focus on sustainability at a community-scale.
Partner with us, and together we will help build the foundation of a livable world for the generations to come.
Principles for Sustainable Communities
Distributed energy systems powered by renewable energy sources can supply communities and feed energy back to a centralized grid to meet peak needs.
The use and efficiency of one of our most precious resources, water, is given careful attention in our 7-Gen Communities.
Our innovative approach to reducing embodied carbon is a key aspect of building sustainable communities.
Designing sustainable transportation options to reduce the carbon footprint of communities.
Innovations such as carousel parking within sustainable communities allows for the use of park-like green spaces where parking lots once dominated.
Building sustainable communities using renewable energy sources and green building methods for low operational carbon impacts.
We aim to restore disturbed land, creating new urban assets with minimal disruption of foodland and natural habitats.
We acknowledge the Seven-Generation Sustainability is a traditional Haudenosaunee Principle and strive to follow the actions of the First Nations People on whose land we live.
The Seven Generation principle urges that each of us should relate every decision to the welfare and well-being of the seventh generation to come.