A Haven of Sustainability

With sustainability as a top priority, the development of the Nautilus project will be aligned with Greece’s national decarbonization roadmap as well as the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
Therefore, there are 4 key themes serving as a framework for achieving ambitious sustainability goals.

Sustainability Standards

Nautilus adopts sustainability frameworks such as EU taxonomy and Science-Based Target (SBTi). The development will strive to achieve Gold rating for both the LEED Neighborhood Development and LEED Building scheme, and also Blue Flag and ‘5 Gold Anchor Platinum’ ratings for the Marina.

Net Zero

Nautilus design aims to achieve ‘Excellent’ regional benchmarks for energy, water, and waste through passive design measures, low carbon technologies and material reuse, towards a zero operational carbon development.

Regenerative Design

The project design will create opportunities that enable reuse/repurpose, restoration, and conservation with positive long-term impact on the 3 Ps (People-Planet-Profit) by minimizing emissions, creating new community and jobs and introducing economic activities.

Climate Risk Adaptation

The Nautilus Project introduces design strategies to address local climate risks such as flood risk, overheating and on-site generation so as to allow the development to adapt and respond to future climate change events.
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