SOURCE: Green Builder MediaDESCRIPTION:
In the words of the illustrious American poet Ralph Waldo Emerson, “The health of the eye seems to demand a horizon. We are never tired so long as we can see far enough.”
At Green Builder Media, we keep our eyes keenly focused on the horizon, always gathering ideas and inspiration from what we see in the distance. Our interest in the future drives our thought leadership content, and we do our best to paint a compelling vision of how we can affect a sustainable future.
We do this because we believe that thought creates energy and energy follows thought. We manifest what we see. As storytellers and purveyors of stimulating content, we are developing our own version of a biophilic future that serves as a counterpoint to the dystopic futuristic images that we so commonly see in pop culture.
In the movies, the future is portrayed all too often as bleak. People are filthy and underfed. Food and water are scarce, and the air is unbreathable. Humans are at odds with one another and other species on the planet. There is no harmony.
In our sustainable version of the future, which our editors will imaginatively reveal through an 11-part editorial series called The Celestia Project, we’re healthy, safe, happy, and living in harmony with nature.
Through the Celestia Project, we’ll explore topics like transportation and density, technology and building science, energy use and conservation, fresh water abundance, products and the sourcing of raw materials, durability and fire resistance, healthy lifestyles and indoor air quality, and the financial abundance that comes with sustainable living.