“Designing Regenerative Cultures” has been described as a “Whole Earth Catalogue for the 21st Century” and reviewed on Amazon as a “six-star handbook for saving civilization and Earth”. The book’s author, Daniel Christian Wahl lived in Findhorn from 2007 to 2010 and co-directed Findhorn College with Mari Hollander. He now lives on Majorca, is a Findhorn Foundation Fellow, and works part-time as Gaia Education´s Head of Education.
Daniel’s recent article in The Ecologist on-line, entitled ‘Creating Sustainability? Join the Re-Generation!‘ describes the significance of regenerative practices as systemic responses to the multiple converging crises humanity is facing, but more importantly as a pathway towards the co-creation of diverse regenerative cultures elegantly adapted to the bio-cultural uniqueness of the places they inhabit, interconnected in global solidarity and collaboration.
In this short video clip, Daniel explains the transition from ‘business as usual’, beyond sustainable design, to ‘regenerative design’.