Our Past

Seldom is an organisation started without one person having a burning passion, who beats the drum on a lonely path, until others join their vision and cause. Then the magic of collaboration happens as the community grows and behaves as one.

WHAT WE DO

Moving into the new decade, we have unified our for-profit and non-profit businesses under Ens-O Earth, which include: Ens-O Earth Foundation; Ens-O Earth Projects; and Ens-O Earth Initiatives​.

Ens-O Earth is led by experienced business, engineering, and project managers. From a base of 30+ years of successfully executed projects, we are now entering an exciting new chapter that focuses on doing good for humanity and our living planet. 

 

We learn from nature to re-imagine, re-think, and re-design the future of our world by focusing on the intersection of living futures, biomimicry, ecological design thinking, and circularity to create a regenerative world.

 

Foundation

Ens-O Earth Foundation NPC has been approved by SARS as a Public Benefit Organisation (PBO) for community development programmes, education and training programmes relating to environmental awareness, or
sustainable development programmes. 

Projects

With 30+ years of experience across a wide array of projects, our work is well-acclaimed. Our focus is to transfer this knowledge and experience into projects that have an impact and contribute to creating a regenerative world.

Initiatives

The Design Centre is an Initiative that nurtures Ecological Design Thinking while holistically creating a Living Future. The Design Centre focuses on training and educating people on regenerative solutions that enable clean air, water, and food, the basic human needs that ensure life.

the EnsO

a sacred Zen symbol signifying a circle of togetherness

The enso embodies many things: absolute enlightenment, strength, elegance, the universe, the void, the beauty in imperfection, the art of letting go, connection, and the circle of life

WHO WE ARE

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GARY FLEMING

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DENISE MALL

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BRADLEY STEWART

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PAULA ALVES

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"In order to change an existing paradigm, you do not struggle to try and change the problematic model.
You create a new model and make the old one obsolete"

R. Buckminster Fuller

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