What makes a local economy regenerative and how to build one?
Dear REconomistas ♥
In this interactive session, Beatrice Ungard will engage us in an exploration of what makes a local economy regenerative and how to build one. She will ground our inquiry into a living systems perspective and will introduce the Regenerative Development and Design framework developed by the Regenesis Group in the U.S.
To join in, you will need a reasonable internet connection, a webcam, headset and a quiet place to call from. As always, please note that our video calls are meant to be shared experience and will not be recorded.
Event time is Thursday, 25 October 2018 from 18:00 to 20:00 in CEST time zone (UTC+02). To check when this event starts in your time zone click HERE and change your location in "Converted Time" top box (if needed), or simply find the city nearest to your location on the list.
Cultural creative, network entrepreneur and permaculture designer with particular interest in social and economic aspects of permaculture, effective collaboration in groups and in virtual teams for systemic change. Champion of permaculture, Transition and Modern Agile principles among activists and entrepreneurs. Enabler of local, bioregional and global high-trust networks for systemic change with "towards regenerative cultures through dialogic collaboration" motto. On "Virtual Teams for Systemic Change"— an online publication I'm curating— I'm promoting skillful remote collaboration between Transitioners from translocal to transnational to global levels of scale. REconomy virtual community of practice network weaver. ECOLISE Council member. In Croatia: co-founder and current coordinator of Transition Hub, Croatian Permaculture Association member, cluster coordinator at Cooperative for Ethical Financing. Rumi translator.