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REGENERATIVE DESIGN

RECONNECTING
PEOPLE AND NATURE

Just what is regenerative design? To “regenerate” involves a simulation of natural processes by restoring or renewing its own resources.

 

How we build environments has a significant impact on our climate—from how projects are constructed, to how they are used, and eventually disassembled.

We cultivate communities and structures not just in the context of doing less harm. It must benefit the people who use them and the local ecology that surrounds them.

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OUR INITIATIVE

DESIGN FOR RESILIENCE & REGENERATION

There is a growing recognition of going beyond "sustainability," a neutral point of not doing further damage to our ecosystem. To transform the existing worldview of meeting the minimum standards of change, we need to shift our perspective to reconnect us back to our belonging within living systems. We then shape the reality we want by designing better systems as a whole.

We create spaces for exchanging learnings about regenerative design and solutions. In the process, our journey aims to scale existing regenerative solutions for scalability and collective impact.

PROGRAMS AND PROTOTYPES

OUR PROTOTYPES

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Garden to Garden Releaf

Permaculture Gardens for Food Security, WASH, Well-Being, and Livelihood

 

Witnessing Trees Ecosystem

-based DRR for Livelihood and Ecosystem Protection and Restoration

Re:Source Regeneration Labs

Activating and Catalyzing Ecosystems of Regenerative Solutions

SCALING PROTOTYPES

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Regenerative Transition Program

5 year Ecovillage, Permaculture, and Transition Town Development Program

 

Permaculture Design

Certificate Course

Certifying leaders to facilitate others

Regeneration Philippines

Community of practice across regenerative development practitioners from Re:Source Regeneration Labs

EMERGING DESIGNS

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Using arts and culture, it is a creative participatory planning and design tool documenting and mapping local biodiversity and heritage practices for nature-based solutions.

GOOD RELEAF

A digital tool and platform mapping sustainable farms and linking them to relief opportunities in times of disasters. A digital value-chain mapping tool for farmers and foresters with linkages to regenerative buyers and markets.

HOW WE SCALE

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Scaling Up

Influencing policy and advocacy by integrating solutions with local development plans aligned to the Paris agreement and the Sustainable Development Goals.

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Scaling Wide

Replicating best practices by training early adaptors as multipliers to train others at demonstration sites.

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Scaling Deep

Build trust and relationships across sectors to address mental models and transform leadership through participatory design.

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