Core Principles...

Respect the rights of all natural systems and creatures of the web of life—equally with human rights.

Collaborate with the scientific community to incorporate global data and feedback systems into the design process.

Seek sustainable balance in supply and demand based upon earth’s renewable resources.

Assist entrepreneurs in the “New Economy” to achieve fully sustainable operations.

Promote universal education, women’s rights and other aspects of social justice for all humans.

Optimize human creativity through celebration and preservation of diversity.

Research sustainable materials, techniques and lifestyles—based on global allocations of primary resources such as water, and energy.

Innovate design technologies to continuously improve the quality of human husbandry of the planet.


Fritof Capra,
The Web of Life: A New Scientific Understanding of Living Systems,
Anchor Books, 1997

Janine M. Benyus,
Biomimicry, Innovation Inspired by Nature,
Harper Perrennial, 2002

Douglas Way,
Terrain Analysis, A Guide to Site Selection using Aerial Photographic Analysis,
Dowden, Hutchinson & Ross, 1973

Al Gore,
Our Choice: A Plan to Solve the Climate Crisis,
Rodale Inc., Melcher Media, 2009

Howard S. Russell,
Indian New England Before the Mayflower,
University Press of New England, 1980

David A. Smith, Et al,
Future Boston, The History of a City, 1990-2100,
TOR, 1994

Report of the Study of Man’s Impact on Climate (SMIC),
Inadvertent Climate Modification,
MIT Press, 1971

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