Join us as we explore the concept of the regenerative renaissance with Rieki Cordon. He describe himself as a mapmaker working to enable a thriving world for both people and the planet. In this episode, we discuss the limitations of many of today's systems, which prioritize short-term gains over long-term sustainability, and explore how the regenerative renaissance offers a more holistic approach to design, governance and ownership.
At its core, the Regenerative Renaissance seeks to move beyond the limitations of traditional sustainability efforts, which focus on reducing negative impacts on the environment and society, towards a more proactive and regenerative approach that aims to restore and enhance ecosystems and communities. It seeks to foster more symbiotic relationships between humans and the natural world, and to promote a more equitable and just society.
Through our conversation, we gain insights into how the regenerative renaissance can help us reimagine our relationship with the natural world and create more resilient systems.
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