Our Principles of Sustainability

  • We walk in step with individuals and organizations that we serve to create dialogue and collaborate as one voice.
  • Commitment is signed with a handshake and backed by a call to actions.
  • Our call-to-service is to provide a unique experience to each man, women and child.

Our Sustainability Responsibilities

  • We treat everyone with respect and like family.
  • We protect the rights and integrity of the weak and less fortunate.
  • We will inspire a Leave No Trace agenda to protect our environment for generations to come.
  • We support all walks of life no matter your socioeconomic status.
  • We’re strategic in our relationships to ensure that integrity is upheld at all times.

Our Sustainability Mission

Sustainability is a core valuable at Segar AI, it’s what drives us to practice what we preach in the areas of our environment, economics and humanities.

Food Shortages

Food is usually of plant or animal origin, and contains essential nutrients, such as carbohydrates, fats, proteins, vitamins, minerals which are essential in sustaining human life. With one in 10 people out of the current global population of 7.4 billion already going hungry, ensuring that everyone has daily access to nutritious food is an ongoing challenge.
Information Source: University of Sydney

Clean Water

Water security reduces poverty, advances education, and increases living standards. Water fuels every aspect of life. It’s essential for basic health and hygiene, and it drives society’s most essential industries: agriculture, energy and transportation. Without water security there can be no national security.

Alternative Energy

Renewable energy is energy from sources that are naturally replenishing but flow-limited; renewable resources are virtually inexhaustible in duration but limited in the amount of energy that is available per unit of time.  The major types of renewable energy sources are: Biomass, hydropower, geothermal, wind, solar. Renewable energy can play an important role in reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Using renewable energy can reduce the use of fossil fuels, which are the largest sources of U.S. carbon dioxide emissions. 

Information Source: U.S Energy Information Administration


In fact, water, food and shelter are essential to human life. Water fuels other industries:
• Health
• Agriculture
• Energy production
• Livestock
• Ecosystem
• Disaster risk reduction
• Clean living quarters
• Tourism
• Technologies

Human Rights

We currently have an inequitable food system that disproportionately burdens the poor and marginalized with its costs and failings. This inequity is reflected throughout all aspects of the food cycle, from poor labor conditions and wages for workers involved in the production and distribution of food to differences in access to healthy foods between poor neighborhoods and wealthier ones.

Emergency Response

Emergency response can’t no longer be an afterthought. Hurricanes, earthquakes, droughts and pandemics are happening at a faster pace than we anticipated, and events are unpredictable.  We need to promote food and water security as a national priority. Prevention is key and it can be accomplished through preparedness education and sustainability models.