Stories of One Planet Living®

BedZED Zero Energy Development, UK

This zero carbon development was initiated by Bioregional and developed in partnership with the Peabody Trust.

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Zibi, Ottawa

One of Canada's largest regeneration projects, this mixed use development used the One Planet principles to secure planning entitlements in record time.

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Fremantle One Planet City, Australia

Fremantle One Planet City, Australia
The City of Fremantle in Western Australia, with a population of 30,000, has put in place a comprehensive Action Plan to achieve a ‘One Planet’ lifestyle for the council, residents and business community by 2025.

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Villages Nature - One Planet Resort, Paris

This 400 acre extension to Disneyland Paris, by joint venture partners EuroDisney and Pierre et Vacances, opened in September 2017 and welcomes some 900,000 visitors per annum.

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SOMO Village, California

This major redevelopment of a redundant 175 acre data center complex using One Planet principles, creating 1,200 jobs on site, includes the world's first One Planet School.

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Brighton and Hove One Planet City, UK

Brighton Hove’s One Planet Action Plan was created in April 2013, marking its debut as the first One Planet City

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One Brighton, UK

Joint venture zero carbon development of 172 apartments and 20,000 sf of commercial space by Bioregional Quintain Ltd and Crest Nicholson PLC, returning 10% Return On Capital Employed (the best in Crest Nicholson’s portfolio) selling in the depths of the recession 2008-10 when most projects were losing money.

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B&Q, UK

B&Q's sustainability strategy, One Planet Home, sets out 15 year targets that would make its operations and customers more sustainable. They have seen carbon reduction of 41%, £141m savings and impressive sales of new products such as easyGrow which was developed in response to One Planet Home targets.

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White Gum Valley, Australia

Across the world, urban populations are growing and consuming the earth's resources at rapid, unsustainable rates. The challenge now is to create new, smarter ways to live for a more sustainable future.

WGV at White Gum Valley is an innovative residential development which is responding to this challenge.

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London 2012 Olympics - The One Planet Games

In 2005 Bioregional, WWF and London 2012 created a framework for the most sustainable Olympic and Paralympic Games ever. Our shared vision, called Towards a One Planet Olympics, became part of London’s bid and then part of London’s promise to the world. Towards a One Planet Olympics started from the premise that we only have one planet and the Games in London would need to respect its ecological limits and create a legacy for sport, the environment and people.

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Neighbourhood design affects human health. It's that simple.

Jeff Westeinde | TEDxOttawa