Time flies! As I write this, we are coming up on the end of four months of working as Ask for a Better World! I can be more delighted to share how exciting it’s been. I have been fortunate to have clients that are fantastically values-aligned with what I set out to do. We began working with Fare Community and workshopped through their space needs. Our Space Confirmation Report to CMLC was presented earlier this month.
Next, aFAB.world collaborated with EcoAmmo and Red-5 on a Lean assessment of Harbour Air Seaplane operations in Vancouver! It made a aviation-geek like me pretty giddy. Our hope is we can continue to help Harbour Air on their Lean journey, especially as they announced they will be the first airline in North America to fly electric planes!
And we are working with All One Sky Foundation to develop a Climate Resilient Virtual home for citizens of the Edmonton Metropolitan area community and Wetaskiwin. This will be an online resource of how people can outfit their homes to be resilient for wildfire, flood, extreme weather events and our changing climate.
And there’s more to come! We started work with the Canadian Wood Council on low-rise commercial building prototypes! So, we are grateful to our clients and collaborators for giving aFAB.world a great start to our new company.