Thursday, 21 November 2013 16:53

Arcolution Leads Architecture in Evolution through CarbonFree® Partnership

Written by  Linda

Leadership requires action, and that action often starts with the leader’s own decisions and choices.  New CarbonFree® Business Partner Arcolution took a leadership step in hastening the evolution of architectural firms towards more sustainable and environmentally-sensitive practices.  

Arcolution is a full-service architecture firm, representing architecture in evolution.  The firm aspires to conceive, design and build a future based on the premise of supporting life and natural systems. 

“The building industry has a hugely significant environmental footprint in terms of greenhouse gas emissions, energy consumption, disruption of natural systems and profligate waste stream.  As an architecture firm, we are keenly aware of our responsibility to rethink how we will inhabit this earth,” says Eve Reynolds, Principal Architect at Arcolution.  “One by one, we can move a stone, but when we work together we can move mountains.  That is why we choose to partner with Carbonfund.org - to make our impact that much more effective.”  

By neutralizing 36 metric tonnes of annual operational emissions and supporting Carbonfund.org’s carbon reduction and clean air technology projects, Arcolution will achieve CarbonFree® operations. 

Arcolution is committed to leading toward the change they envision in the built environment in three ways: first, by setting an example in the choices they make in their work environment; second, by encouraging environmental awareness, conservation and reduction of personal carbon footprints; and third, by becoming educators to their clients and promoting the most energy efficient solutions for each project.  

Arcolution has committed as a firm to offset its annual carbon footprint through Carbonfund.org and encourages all of its clients to offset the carbon footprint of their projects managed by Arcolution. 

 

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