You are invited to the one-month Economy Dimension of REGEN-Nation online learning journey, starting from August 11th 2022.
The fact that our economic system is unsustainable urges us to search for alternative systems that are more circular and regenerative. The good news is that many people and organizations are already moving towards the new economy which thrives within the planetary boundaries and prioritizes people and the planet.
REGEN-Nations will take you on a journey through different alternative economic models to meet with people who are actively involved in creating a new economic system.
In this programme, you will learn topics detailed and step-by-step introduction of Social Enterprise with Amanda Kiessel – the founder of the Good Market. You will hear from the Maori wisdom of New Zealand as a circular, “donut” economic model with Teina Boasa-Dean; the impact of Community Supported Agriculture or CSAs with Shi Yan from China; and on designing mindful enterprise ecosystems for food sovereignty with Jon Jandai from Thailand.
Registration is open until August 11th 2022 – Read more and sign up here: https://learn.ecovillage.org/course/regen-nations/
Burnout is real and all too common – but does it have to be part of our project cycle? Join us to learn how we can design our project economy to be transparent and realistic, helping us stay within our human and resource capacity to deliver.
Natalie Limwatana – a regenerative designer from Thailand – invites us into the world of project management and guides us through tools which help us create organisational systems that work for our unique projects.
- Topic: Resources and Capacity planning for regenerative projects
- Time: Saturday, 13 August 2022, 1-3PM UTC+7 (check your local time)