Dynamically redefining clicks-and-mortar conservation solutions and disrupting obsolete standards. Dramatically enhancing circular methodologies for enacting a regenerative and collaborative convergence ecosystem across Southeast Asia and the Austronesian realm.

Atman Karsa, aka Tony Eng, is an adopted Austronesian. Born and bred in Southeast Asia, he is a migrant paternal great-grandson of a defeated Kuomintang Major-General who served in Jinzhou, China. His maternal grandparents are nanyang pioneers in Sungai Petani, Malaysia. They managed a string of kopitiams and coconut plantations. Atman drew early inspiration in regenerative ways from his mother, a home-based gardener, and he was exposed at an early age to the subject of natural resources from his father, who worked as geochemist. He received a thorough grounding in vertical mesh metrics during his adulting years. Atman is paralleling his current pathway with cycle-based deliverables for adaptive outcomes.

Monotonectally incubate cross-generational initiatives with open-source communities. Sustainably harness resource cycles with high-yield best practices in transition to circularity and a conservation economy. Efficiently leverage indigenous knowledge enabled by natural science.  Intentionally target distinctive models and ecological readiness, equipped by appropriate bleeding-edge capacity and frictionless infrastructures.

A 'Great Transitions' optimist, envisioning the advent of a new paradigm, redirecting the global trajectory toward an environmentally equitable, culturally enriched, and ecologically resilient planetary civilisation. Atman is currently, adapting his lifestyle to become a minimalist nomad, living consciously for ecological wealth.