A Cleaner World
Citadels are communities adopting large tracts of land to improve nature and its services, in part by decarbonizing the atmosphere and recarbonizing the soil.
Compact, walkable villages inside regenerative agriculture farms are designed to maximize the benefits of nature and the environment.
Transforming household food scraps from waste into fertile soil while reducing methane emissions.
Increasing nature’s biodiversity through active stewardship of the soil, trees and fauna.
We are not just capturing carbon, but providing key habitat and species renewal.
Let’s build something together.
- Island Press Webinar: How are cities paying for climate resilience?
- Island Press Webinar: The New Reality of Wildfire in North America
- Elephants in our Fields?
- Citadels Blog Post 1801: Something Worth Building
- Onion Creek peak flow