We believe that every human should have access to affordable comfortable housing, clean water, sanitation and a reliable source of healthy food. We therefore focus on developing designs and systems that provide those basic needs in an in sustainable way, taking care of people and the planet equally.
Our sustainable approach focuses on decreasing (or even eliminating) the consumption of non-renewable resources while creating living, working and learning spaces that maximize efficiency, health and comfort.
We support businesses and organizations on their way to improve the efficiency of their operations, reduce resource consumption, minimize environmental impact and consequently increase profitability.
Build for Tomorrow, Earthship Malaysia and other projects are part of Wild Asia’s Sustainable Buildings Initiative. The initiative enables collaboration between designers, innovators and our understanding of nature and biodiversity, to provide a practical solution in building sustainable communities. Our approach targets individuals, project developers and those exploring new ways to provide affordable and low-impact housing for their people.
√ Design and build projects using Earthship Biotecture
√ Design consultancies in passive and ecological designs
√ Retrofitting of conventional buildings
Learn more about Build for Tomorrow, Sustainable Building Initiatives, Earthship projects in Asia and the team we have assembled to help you create new models for sustainable living.
Latest Posts from Wild Asia on the topic of Sustainability:
- 2016 RSPO P&C Lead Auditors Course in KL
The course is designed for auditors and members of the palm oil supply chain. Training will consist of classroom lectures, group work and practical audit exercise. This course will combine... Read more »
- 2016 HCV Lead Assessor Course in KL
TThe course will be a prerequisite for demonstrating basic competency for conducting, evaluating and report writing on HCV assessments under the HCV Resource Network guideline. This is part of our... Read more »
- Wild Asia’s Verification Assessment of FGV’s Labour Management
Wild Asia was drawn into a misleading public statement by Felda Global Ventures (FGV) recently.... Read more »
- 2016 Wild Asia Training Courses for auditors and assessors
What’s new this year Since 2008, Wild Asia has been active in innovating and conducting professional courses for auditors, consultants, and company staff in the palm oil sector who are... Read more »
- HCV for Lead Assessors Training in Bangkok
The course will be a prerequisite for demonstrating basic competency for conducting, evaluating and report writing on HCV assessments under the HCV Resource Network guideline. This is part of our... Read more »