Research Collaboratives & Sustainability Funding

Research and Development are essential to bring new sustainability strategies forward as well as to rethink application of existing technologies for new situations.

As a company focused upon the development and application of new and sustainable technologies we have our eye on many key areas where innovation and integration of technologies can offer substantial increases in benefits while lowering overall costs.

In many cases this involves a novel approach using an existing technology, development of new strategies (thinking outside the box), or bringing an entirely new technology into play. Often suites of technologies can be effectively integrated, exponentially increasing the benefits.

Our network of professionals and academic researchers provides a starting point for building effective collaborative projects.

We can also assist in locating funds and preparing applications as a part of our other services. We understand the language necessary, can build the arguments, and focus innovation on building research agenda.

Due to our collaborative structure, we can quickly assemble diverse and integrated teams of experts to maximise the quality and applicability of research focused on sustainability and Living Technologies.

We work with policy makers, scientists, NGOs and the business community to link them creatively and help maximise the pertinence and applicability of the work.

The ability to see the broader potentials within the requirements of
shifting society onto a more sustainable footing is essential to
effective linkage amongst researchers and disciplines.

Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness, that most frightens us. We ask ourselves, who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented and fabulous? Actually, who are you not to be? You are a child of God.
— Nelson Mandela

currently and recently working with

Institute of Technology Carlow
Dublin City Council
Kaos PilotNational College of Art and Design - Ireland
Qatar Foundation
EcoDesign Center - WalesUK Biochar Reseach Centre

sustainability strategies & design

Sustainability Partnerships with Nature
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