We conduct research, to collect and synthesize both environmental and socio-economic data, to involve a broader stakeholder pool in setting the research agenda.

Research outcomes are facilitated as a call to action by the participants within our value system of Trust, Collaboration, and Solutions

Our approach to research is to provide the base for a  reciprocal relationship between economics, social philosophy, ethics, human dignity, and the environment toward social reconstruction and improvement in the socio-ecological well-being of communities.

Themes within our present research paradigm are the state of local government, inclusivity in the economy, the impact of development on the environment, organizational climate and culture, and opportunities for SMME development and support.