Friday, July 13, 2012

The Fractal Frontier: Sustainable Development Trilogy from SLDI

The Fractal Frontier is a geometrical algorithm which balances and integrates the triple-bottom-line needs of people, planet and profit.  In this context a holistic fractal matrix becomes increasingly detailed, and guides effective decisions for sustainable results. It was originally developed to enable sustainable land development throughout the planning, financing, design, regulating, construction and maintenance processes while always enabling project context to drive specific decisions. These principles were developed by Sustainable Land Development international (SLDI). The SLDI Code for the sustainable development matrix are universal in their application and need not be confined to land development projects.

 The Fractal Frontier has been derived from extensive research on theories on sustainable development as well as the direct vetting and feedback from numerous sustainable development and other specific subject matter experts.

The authors have adopted the spirit of "Pass It Forward" for their document. As individual thought leaders reflect on this information, adopt it, and share the work with others, it may adapt as specific circumstances dictate and our knowledge of the world evolves.

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