Catch and store water in tanks.
Clean water for drinking through silver-treated, ceramic water filtration.
Reduce water use, as much as possible.
Clean excess used water through filtration gardens that feed back into the Earth.
Use swales to direct water for healthy plant growth and erosion prevention.
Use naturally made soaps and detergents to reduce environmental toxicity.
Use LED lights to reduce energy consumption.
Minimise use of energy-consuming appliances.
Use solar and renewable energy.
Use natural breezes and block the sun with shade trees and vegetation to cool.
Make buildings with natural sustainable materials whenever possible.
Use a layered roofing system to waterproof the roofs and block the radiant heat from the sun.
Use plants, indoors and outdoors, to filter dust, clean the air and improve living spaces.
Design gardens as beautiful and functional edible landscapes.
Eat organically-grown, locally-produced food as much as possible.
Use homemade compost to grow food, without artificial chemicals or fertilisers.
Avoid using single-use plastic.
Inventory products used, and actively seek clean rather than environmentally destructive ones.
Minimise waste; reduce, reuse and recycle.
Integrate care for the Earth as a pillar of every activity and educational program.
Design educational spaces for children to interact with and learn about the natural environment.
Avoid chemicals and harmful, toxic products in our learning spaces.
Share our knowledge with others and always learn more.
Turn our inward love, care and concern for the Earth into outward action.