Is your business contributing to the wellbeing of future generations?

The 2016 COP21 Global Summit marked a turning point on how nations and enterprises need to define their short, mid and long term strategies. The undisputable fact that we need to manage our economies sustainably permeates everything we do.
At Kimiya Tactics we believe that sustaining the current status is not enough and through the correct design, companies can incorporate regenerative goals in their strategies, while improving profitability and increasing value for clients and communities.

Creative design for respectful co-existence


New Economics

  • Circular Economy
  • Economy for the Common Good
  • The Economics of Happiness
  • Trading in new Currencies

Corporate Social Responsibility

Core to your business strategy or simply a tick the box exercise? What value do you provide to your community and how does your community bring value to your business?

Land Restoration / Permaculture Design


Currently 24% of globally usable land is degraded and rising. Healthy land provides ‘free’ ecoservices - water, food and climate regulation. Land restoration can help reduce scarcity due to population growth and climate change as well as lessen social conflict, protect consumer purchasing power and employee wellbeing. By analysing your supply chain and use of resources, appropriate investment areas can be identified for land restoration which directly benefit your supply chain in the medium term. This type of action provides marketing benefits and value to consumers while increasing employee pride and wellbeing.
Extractive industries can aim to become Land Degradation Neutral. Transportation companies can offset carbon production. Insurance companies can invest in land restoration to reduce their natural disaster risks. Tourism has a direct link to nature conservation and lower social conflict. Paying farmers to convert to organic agriculture to keep aquifers chemical free for water bottlers. Reforesting for an industry with high paper usage to offset emissions from transport.

Is your business contributing to the wellbeing of future generations?

The 2016 COP21 Global Summit marked a turning point on how nations and enterprises need to define their short, mid and long term strategies. The undisputable fact that we need to manage our economies sustainably permeates everything we do.
At Kimiya Tactics we believe that sustaining the current status is not enough and through the correct design, companies can incorporate regenerative goals in their strategies, while improving profitability and increasing value for clients and communities.

Creative design for respectful co-existence

New Economics

  • Circular Economy
  • Economy for the Common Good
  • The Economics of Happiness
  • Trading in new Currencies

Corporate Social Responsibility

Core to your business strategy or simply a tick the box exercise? What value do you provide to your community and how does your community bring value to your business?

Land Restoration / Permaculture Design

Currently 24% of globally usable land is degraded and rising. Healthy land provides ‘free’ ecoservices - water, food and climate regulation. Land restoration can help reduce scarcity due to population growth and climate change as well as lessen social conflict, protect consumer purchasing power and employee wellbeing. By analysing your supply chain and use of resources, appropriate investment areas can be identified for land restoration which directly benefit your supply chain in the medium term. This type of action provides marketing benefits and value to consumers while increasing employee pride and wellbeing.
Extractive industries can aim to become Land Degradation Neutral. Transportation companies can offset carbon production. Insurance companies can invest in land restoration to reduce their natural disaster risks. Tourism has a direct link to nature conservation and lower social conflict. Paying farmers to convert to organic agriculture to keep aquifers chemical free for water bottlers. Reforesting for an industry with high paper usage to offset emissions from transport.



Biomimicry


Nature is the world's BEST ECONOMIST, fast and efficient, adding value and reducing cost. We bring nature’s key tactics to the design table and help business thrive within their ecosystem.


 
 

Biomimicry


Nature is the world's BEST ECONOMIST, fast and efficient, adding value and reducing cost. We bring nature’s key tactics to the design table and help business thrive within their ecosystem.

Zero Waste

Every resource is used to its full potential and fully recycled within the ecosystem.

Product Evolution

Every species is useful or becomes extinct.

Market Identification

Every niche is filled immediately.

Collaboration

All species interact for the benefit of their ecosystem.

Value

Life in its full splendour.
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