What we mean by

Regenerative Systems

Whilst not all bad, the systems of our society certainly have room for improvement so that they become regenerative. We need them to be regenerative because they have had a degenerative impact on the world for many generations. The cumulative result being that we find it increasingly difficult to provide for our needs from the natural world. With rapid desertification, leading to food and water shortages, which partly contributes to the conflicts that are displacing millions, our society is at risk of collapse.

Agriculture

We need an agricultural system that is focused on the cultivation of life - specifically the micro-biology of the soil - so that the food coming out of the Earth is as nutrient dense as possible, leading to greater levels of physical health and resilience in each person.

Agriculture

We need an agricultural system that is focused on the cultivation of life - specifically the micro-biology of the soil - so that the food coming out of the Earth is as nutrient dense as possible, leading to greater levels of physical health and resilience in each person.

Education

We need an education system that is focused on the development of competence, based on individual gifts and interests. Taking a more creative and individually-focused approach will result in the production of a highly diverse and resilient citizenry.

Education

We need an education system that is focused on the development of competence, based on individual gifts and interests. Taking a more creative and individually-focused approach will result in the production of a highly diverse and resilient citizenry.

Energy

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Energy

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Housing

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Housing

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Transport

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Transport

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Waste

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Waste

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Manufacturing

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Manufacturing

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