Tag: ecology

Indigenous to Life — Coming Home to Place

Regeneration is about more than just ‘net positive impact’ or ‘doing good’. It is about evolving the capacity to manifest the unique and irreplaceable gift of every person, community and place in service to the life-regenerating context in which we are all embedded.

Reclaiming Our Common Home

The path to an ecological civilization is paved by reclaiming the commons—our common home, the Earth, and the commons of the Earth family, of which we are a part. Through reclaiming the commons, we can imagine possibility for our common future, and we can sow the seeds of abundance through “commoning.”

What Does An Ecological Civilization Look Like?

We need to forge a new era for humanity—one that is defined, at its deepest level, by a transformation in the way we make sense of the world, and a concomitant revolution in our values, goals, and collective behavior. In short, we need to change the basis of our global civilization. We must move from a civilization based on wealth accumulation to one that is life-affirming: an ecological civilization.

Watershed: Ancient Paths for Planetary Survival and Resilience

Watersheds cover every ecological niche on the planet. When human societies live in harmony with the watershed, we flourish; when they are ignored, we perish. Deep down, we are all “People of the Watershed”. How can we achieve systems change by returning to this ancient legacy?