Global Green Journeys
Our goal is to raise awareness among millions of individuals about the advantages of scalable and catalytic projects to drive the adoption of sustainable solutions that create abundant impact while empowering local communities and generating ongoing revenue streams.
Global Sustainability Solutions
We are dedicated to providing a comprehensive, sustainable, and easily adaptable business solution to the plastic pollution emergency, leveraging our extensive network and forging strategic partnerships with government and corporations to effectively upscale and expand the transformative impact of the Sustainability Lab plastic recycling model.
Beyond the profoundly positive environmental impacts, there are additional benefits that build the business case for our corporate partnerships, including:
Positive Brand Image & Reputation
Attracting Conscious Guests
Competitive Advantage, Revenue Creation & Cost Savings
Employee & Community Engagement
Investors & Stakeholder Relations
The world has roughly a decade left to implement fundamental change to prevent irreversible climate disasters and catastrophic environmental and social effects.
Through partnerships and compelling content, we aim to inspire individuals to become effective advocates and embrace a creative mindset to tackle climate change issues.
We showcase replicable examples of sustainable models that can be easily adopted and implemented globally, document our impact, and build corporate partnerships to upscale sustainable practices and promote a holistic circular economy approach.
Accumulation and proliferation of plastic materials in ecosystems, particularly in marine environments.
Habitat destruction, degradation, and fragmentation causing biodiversity loss and ecological imbalance.
Wildlife decline due to habitat destruction, pollution, climate change, and human activities.
Risks from environmental pollution, including toxins, contaminated water, air pollution, and related diseases.
NATURE IN CRISIS
Gain a realistic picture of environmental and pollution problems to avoid the worst impacts of plastic pollution and biodiversity loss.
What is the magnitude and current state of these problems and the potential impacts and tipping points for ecosystem collapse?
What caused this, and what actions can have a positive impact? Understanding the linkages between addressing biodiversity loss, climate change, and development.
TRANSITIONING TO NATURE-POSITIVE ECONOMIES
Mainstreaming Natural Capital
Current economic and financial structures continue to support unsustainable levels of consumption and the destruction of natural capital.
INVESTING IN NATURE
Mobilizing civil society organizations and local communities towards natural ecosystem services.
From the shadows of a nature-related global pandemic, the inherent risks of biodiversity loss are clear, as well as the opportunities emerging in nature-positive projects and solutions.
Reflections behind the Project
Environmental Justice Case
THE FUTURE OF THE MALDIVES
Climate change raises profound justice issues - those who contributed most to the problem are not those who will suffer the most, with the poor and the marginalized being disproportionately affected.
The potential submergence of small island states like the Maldives also raises legal issues related to statehood, citizenship, self-determination, and the protection of rights.
The islands could be 80% uninhabitable by 2050 at current global warming rates
More than 50% of the national budget is spent on adapting to climate change
Marine Wildlife IPCC predicts that by 2050s, we can lose 70 to 90% of corals (vital for every island)
Goal: Establish partnerships with corporations and the government for nationwide adoption of the Sustainability Lab Model.
Objective: Expand the Sustainability Lab Program to reduce plastic waste and inspire with sustainable solutions that create impact and revenue new eco-warriors across the world.
Our goal is to raise awareness among millions of individuals about the advantages of catalytic projects and motivate them to join the green solution movement. We aim to focus on 1 to 2 new locations annually, where we can effectively document the influential and scalable catalytic activities taking place.
We are dedicated to providing comprehensive global business examples of easily adoptable sustainable solutions, leveraging our extensive network and forging strategic corporate partnerships to effectively upscale and expand the transformative impact of the Sustainability Lab Model.
ORGANIZED INTO TWO CATEGORIES
ORGANIZED INTO TWO CATEGORIES
Sponsored complimentary tickets for the production crew
The Fairmont Lab
Fairmont Management Team and Andrew/Sam (Manager & Marine Biologist)
Jacob Benedetti (Founder & CofS) and Nicolo Chiodin (videomaker)