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change the way we design and construct our world.

Earthos is a tax exempt non profit corporation (IRS classification 501c3) dedicated to linking global environmental science with policy, design and community stakeholders to promote resilient and sustainable bioregions.

Earthos Institute services fall into several categories ranging from research into global issues, to urban design and architecture, to detailed LEED certification services for individual buildings and neighborhoods.

We encourage you to browse our web site to explore the background of experiences and skills of our Board and its collaborators. Follow the links to the left, or click the pictures above, to see brief listings of our service categories with brief descriptions.

  1. Earthos directors have many years of project experience.

  2. We are committed to sustainability—with social justice.

  3. Our combination of skills and experience is unique.

  4. We are an intergenerational and interdisciplinary organization.

We sincerely encourage inquiries about the ways we can help to advance the projects you are initiating.

urgent peace:

A FILM ABOUT WAR AND THE ENVIRONMENT


In a joint venture commissioned by the
Friends Meeting of Cambridge, Earthos has
co-authored and edited a
25 minute film.


Research and history on the impacts of human aggression on our planet are illustrated.


To see the URGENT PEACE video! CLICK HERE

Earthos Enterprise...

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The
Bioregional Urbanism Project...The_Bioregional_Urbanism_Project.html

Collaboration...

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PLEASE NOTE:
Join us for a
(RESCHEDULED !!) CONVERSATION
About
BIODIVERSITY

on THURSDAY,
14 JANUARY 2015
at

Earthos Innovation
Lab from 6:00-9:00 pm


THIS CURATED EVENING EVENT WILL FOCUS ON
BIODIVERSITY OF OUR REGION


The LAND of a bioregion provides many HABITATS that support millions of creatures. In the past such creatures, made self sufficiency for humans possible.  Is it still true? How does biodiversity contribute to resilient, sustainable systems—and to sustainability for our planet?


PLEASE ALSO NOTE:
The CONVERSATION on

WASTE AS RESOURCE Remains on Schedule:

on THURSDAY,

18 DECEMBER 2014

at

Earthos Innovation Lab

from 6:00-9:00 pm