Inclusive Natural environments are focused on two core concepts:
As we utilise and thus breach animal and plant ecozones (i.e. Coronavirus or Ebola carrying bats) we risk taking our own problems to them and bringing back with us zoonotic diseases like Coronavirus which has both wellbeing and economic implications. Certainly hampering economic growth for the 2020s.
We also consider how concepts like biophilic design and vertical gardens can help to influence and innovate our inclusive built environments.
Perito can help you and your organisation or company look at your natural environment more inclusive for everyone - including the flora and fauna.
We help organisations know how easy it can be to create the most amazing inclusive environments.
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