Our Activities and Projects
GRC holds weekly conversations, special events and more to build bonds and projects working towards global regeneration
These sessions are the core of our community. The ones listed below meet every week from across the world to explore regeneration in our economies, food systems, personal lives and beyond. Also feel free to check out some of our recent special events with people/organizations from other networks
Wednesday, 00:30 UTC
Hosted by Dan Beltramo and Cassandra Goodmansen
A discussion on systematically changing education and developing ecological literacy to address the multifaceted and interconnected crises facing our world today.
Tuesday, 16:00 UTC
Hosted by Pamela Campbell and Tanuja Prasad
Our intention: To engage in a collaborative exploration of the economic principles and tools necessary for regenerative humanity.
Tuesday, 17:00 UTC
Hosted by Eric van Lennep and Cassandra Goodmansen
This is a time for people working on or interested in Regenerative Agriculture & related topics to get together, meet, compare notes, and maybe colab. Join us!
Regenerative Insights Circle
Wednesday, 08:30 UTC
Thursday, 17:00 UTC
Hosted by Andrew Crosby and Friends
What do we do? We talk and work with each other in an international group of collaborators and friends. Sometimes a project is presented and often our group members end up working together on projects, foreseen and serendipitous. Co-working and parallel play are always available.
Wednesday, 16:00 UTC
Coordinated by David Witzel
This series is for discussion and co-learning of what it means to govern regeneratively and how regeneration can inform governance.
Monday, 16:00 UTC
Hosted by Ulrike Zeshan
We meet to discuss and test-play all kinds of Serious Games - that is, games that are played for purposes other than mere entertainment, such as learning, collaboration, or awareness-raising.
Friday (timing variable)
Hosted by Regeneration Pollination
Connect with colleagues & allies bringing forth a regenerative future via speed-networking through Zoom chats. Open to people from all networks!
Recent Special Sessions
Mar 1, 2023 - Regeneration and the Wellbeing Economy: In this session, The Wellbeing Economy Alliance (WEALL) Economics and Policy Lead Amanda Janoo discussed her organization's work and how it can complement our struggle for a regenerative world. WEALL is a global network of 300+ governments, businesses, and advocacy organizations dedicated to building a wellbeing economy: an economy which serves the shared needs of people and planet.
May 17, 2022-Feb 21, 2023 - Women in Systems Thinking: This series of events celebrates and acknowledges the important contribution of women in systems thinking. It is formulated in the spirit of facilitating a greater level of coordination among systems thinkers, as well as recognizing the crucial contributions of those whose work is more about “being” and “doing” as of equal value to “thinking.” Links to the presentations can be found here.
Intentional gatherings, summits and presentations punctuate our regular happenings to inspire, promote collaboration and offer an organized opportunity to share and learn about work within the network
Apr 26, 2022 (Tentative)
An opportunity to enjoy the coming of spring (at leas in the Northern Hemisphere.) We will her from some projects in GRC, have space to build our personal networks and more!
Nov 14-Dec 7, 2022
A celebration of three years since we began in 2019. Rife with personal and communal reflection alongside community guest speakers in marine permaculture, blue business and other projects from our community.
March 15, 2022
A showcase of the abundance and diversity of impact stories and projects in regeneration. Join to expand horizons on what regeneration looks like in practice, and build new connections and relationships of support with regenerators worldwide.
Our founders described GRC as a pre-incubation space—an ecosystem where we can play, experiment, imagine and enact regenerative futures. Here are a few of the projects which have come out of our Collaborative Laboratory.
"We build Regeneration Hubs designed as a deforestation solution. Hubs empower women and teach them to plant millions of life-saving trees."
"Seaworthy Collective (501c3) is a Miami-based
BlueTech (ocean innovation) startup incubator and community"
"Regeneration Pollination is online networking for fun, short, one-on-one conversations online. Connect with fellow change-makers from around the world.
"North Star Transition creates collaborative initiatives designed to increase the impact of our response to humankind’s climate, biodiversity loss and social crises.
A network of 600+ regenerative projects worldwide connected with supportive communities to provide "not only financial resources, but also... a support system for the projects based on mutual trust and shared knowledge."
Third Horizon Earth is a nonpartisan knowledge and practice platform for regenerative development pioneers to share their work with each other and the world.