Findhorn Fellow, Daniel Wahl, has put together an amazing compilation of regeneration resources that shows why he “firmly believes we are capable of redesigning humanity’s impact on Earth from being destructive to being regenerative”.
There is plenty of evidence that we have in the past acted as enriching, nurturing and regenerative influences on ecosystems we inhabited (eg Terra Preta in the Amazon).
There is even more evidence that all over the world, there are small, medium and large scale ecosystems restoration and regenerative development projects to learn from and this trend is growing rapidly.
There are people joining the movement of the Re-generation rising from all corners of the Earth, all walks of life, young and old, and all disciplines and sectors — all coming together in the great work of our time:
to restore ecosystems health and regenerate planetary health for the sake of the Earth and her people!
This emerging new story of our human potential as life to create conditions conducive to life is giving people a deeper meaning for engaging with the necessary changes ahead.
The folks at 7vortex were so impressed by Daniel’s resource compilation that Jose Alcocer created a fantastic dynamic map of the confluence between ecosystem regeneration, planetary health, and regenerative development! Check it out and navigate the map here.
Daniel is a featured speaker at our upcoming 8-month new story online learning journey, starting 20 September. To find out more and to book, visit: Living the New Story Series 2: Cultivating Regenerative Societies.