CREST (Center for Research in Environmental & Sustainable Technologies)
Foundation is a non-profit environmental and social governance initiative dedicated for People and Planet wellbeing.
CREST Foundation is on a mission to build 20 self-sufficient Climate Hubs over the next ten years. Each climate hub will be responsible to save endangered species, restore ecological balance by promoting biodiversity, improving the quality of air, water, soil, nutrition safety and support human & planet’s well being.
Our practical approach is neither theoretical nor challenging to implement. The Foundation’s first publication, Blue Dharma, is a playbook of sustainable practices that have successfully powered the creation of the world’s first energy-positive, water-positive, and collective organic farming community.
Climate crisis and Human Wellbeing
Human Wellbeing can save the planet,CREST Foundation will create climate-resilient eco-habitats that combine the luxuries of modern life with the benefits of living in nature.
Re-imagining the urban lifestyle
To meet the 2050 net-zero emission goals, we intend to create energy-positive communities that produce clean energy from renewable resources
Launching a witnessed-organic revolution
To create circular economies through sustainable communities by implementing a ‘buy local, eat local’ model of food production that dramatically reduces food miles.
An insight into how we can prolong our stay on Earth
In order to look forward, we must look back. So, let’s get a glimpse of how we got here
An alarming wake-up call
Mother Earth has nurtured “life” for millions of years, enforcing adaptation and survival of the fittest. She is the perfect example that the only constant in all our lives is “change.”
An exposure of the shocking changes agriculture has endured
India is home to around 100 million farmers today. Our nation has always prided its agriculture and produce, feeding many nations across the world.
Courtyard homes - Homes blessed by Mother Nature
Somewhere between traditional architecture and high-rise, dense buildings, we lost sight of what’s really important - we lost our connection with Mother Nature.
An insight into the harsh truth about survival
The planet has thrived through five mass extinctions. Surely, it can handle one more. But, humans will not be able to survive even one.