Illustration of what a city could look like if it adopted regenerative food, energy and commerce. Painted by Jessica Perlstein.


In regenerative culture, people and companies create the conditions for more life, more diversity, more resilience and anti-fragility.

This looks like a wide variety of things depending on the context and location. It could be a community food forest, restorative justice or indigenous solidarity. It could be a company changing their supply chains to support local cooperative makers. It could look like installing a greywater system so any water you use for showers or dishes is recycled to water plants.

As we face climate change and rapid economic shifts as a global civilization, there is a need for people everywhere to adopt regenerative practices, and for us to change many of our industrial systems from extractive to regenerative wherever possible.

We hope that you’ll get involved to learn more and share what you know!

Graphic illustration by Amanda Joy Ravenhill from the Buckminster Fuller Institute.