Regenesis Institute creates education programs and support systems for The Regenerates global community. Together we are working to become increasingly effective agents for transforming the way humans inhabit the earth.
The Regenesis Approach
Our education programs are grounded in the Regenesis approach to regenerative development, a thinking technology and process methodology for bringing human communities back into alignment with the vitality and wisdom of the natural world.
The Regenesis approach has been honed over nearly three decades of work in the field, spanning hundreds of projects around the world and across a range of disciplines. You can find stories and case studies of our work at the website of our sister organization Regenesis Group, and in our book.
Alongside the work of delivering our education programs, Regenesis has produced a comprehensive body of published work that has consistently served as a leading-edge source of vision and wisdom on the rapidly emerging field of regenerative development. As an early thought leader in the regenerative space our work has been sourced by a rich lineage of groundbreaking thinkers, each decades ahead of their time, who have worked to translate a living-systems understanding of the world into practical application. You can explore a selection of our published work, and find a bibliography of the thinkers that have inspired us, on our Resources page.
The Regenerates are a global “community of communities,” with over 800 practitioners in 30+ countries, whose work is grounded in the shared practice discipline of regenerative development.
The Regenerates are stewarding the emergence of communities of regenerative practice in regions around the world.
These practioners are applying this work in fields as diverse as:
- Community development and planning, architecture and the built environment
- Systems change and climate change mitigation
- Economic development, regenerative philanthropy and impact investing
- Social justice, decolonization and indigenous sovereignty
- Regenerative agriculture, ecological restoration and restorative land development
- Regenerative tourism and eco-destination development