TS RERA No.P02400003403.
Organo Editorial

Counter-Urbanisation to Rurbanisation

At Organo, sustainability is based on a simple principle: Everything we need for our survival and well-being depends, either directly or indirectly, on our natural environment. To pursue sustainability is to create and maintain the conditions under which humans and nature can exist in productive harmony to support the present and future generations.

The driving belief is that the choices we make as individuals, within our local communities, and at the state and national levels, impact the condition of our environment. Organo’s primary and end endeavour is to protect air, water, land and ecological systems to safeguard individual health and foster a sustainable future. 

In order to reduce environmental footprint, energy footprint and community’s footprint, Organo has really implemented seven different aspects of Sustainability called Sapthapatha at Naandi. These Sapthapathas together maintain a dynamic balance and harmonize nature’s grand symphony. Organo seamlessly integrates these seven strands of sustainable living – Food, Water, Earth, Energy, Shelter, Air and People.

Why is counter-urbanization important? 

Rapid urbanization has led us to live with the polluted environment, with genetically modified produce and with other downsides of densely populated urban areas, leading to an excessively stressful life. We find ourselves in this modern balancing act between living this way & finding ways to escape, relax and reconnect with nature.

What needs to be done? 

To counter the effects of urbanization, we need to explore reverse-migration - going back to the roots from where it all started. We needed to find new ways of living in balance with the ecosystem, with access to healthy natural food and fresh air to breathe which allows us to grow sustainably without affecting the environment.

Well, our approach to counter-urbanization is the establishment of Rurban Eco-Habitats that bestows an opportunity for people to coexist with nature in perfect harmony. 

Interested to be a part of an Eco-Habitat? Let’s connect…  

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