Integrity throughout the entire product-life cycle
Ei is a creator, an incubator. Ei determines what could be done that is not being done and gets it done. Ei brings the possible out of impossible. Ei identifies pioneers and creates heroes. Ei is Regeneration in ACTION.
Simply, a carbon sink is an area of land where plants drawdown more carbon via photosynthesis - the process plants use to convert carbon dioxide and sunlight into sugars for energy - from the atmosphere than is released from the soil into the atmosphere.
Urban Carbon Sinks apply regenerative practices to commercial and residential landscape and grounds maintenance that drawdown more carbon than is released. By mimicking natural systems, healthy foliage grows without the use of toxic chemicals commonly used in landscape and grounds maintenance.
Toxic-free zones benefit the local water systems, urban wildlife, and community residents. Thus, Urban Carbon Sinks are a WIN FOR ALL.
HONORED, the FIRST Ei Article Book published: The "From Macro to Micro to Nanoplastics." A Fingertip Press publication. the article books is an excerpt from the October 2019 Regeneration in ACTION Magazine article, "Plastics: a double-edged sword," Photos are courtesy of Holly Elmore Images.
Soft cover, magazine-style books are available for purchase at $11.99 each plus delivery; volume-purchase discounts are given. Here is the link to purchase the book: https://bit.ly/3bl2Zxs.
Ei announces the Nature Prevails platform to complement and support the Soil Health | Regenerative Agriculture and Water Use | Toxicity platforms.
Within the Nature Prevails premise, the Earth heals herself and nurtures renewed life forms, no matter the calamity caused by humans, natural disasters, or extraterrestrial activities.
With a commitment to align work with Nature, Ei defined The Principles of Nature with three broad categories:
- Dynamic Balance
- Necessity of Cover & Ability to Roam
Beyond the environment-related activity within in each category, societal systems including economic structures, financial markets, urban design to name a few also align within and are impacted by The Principles of Nature.