We Can Regenerate Earth

In these times of immense planetary change, there are those who step up to serve the living systems of Earth. This space is a dance of on-ground projects and a study group with over 3100 members navigating difficult questions and transformation.

Hosted by people like you and Joe Brewer, author of The Design Pathway for Regenerating Earth. This book presents a sober-yet-plausible way to restore planetary health while safeguarding the future of humanity, offering genuine hope not found in the shallow optimism of techno-fixes or consumer choices.

To support you on this journey, the Earth Regenerators Study Group participates in learning journeys, teach-ins, and social support on topics of human behavior, cultural evolution, and healing the dynamic Earth. Here's what's happening as we walk a path for the rest of this century and beyond:

What's happening

Living in The Design Pathway
2-month Learning Journey
Starts June 18 2022
Deep-dive book study for 'The Design Pathway for Regenerating Earth' hosted by Pamela Woodland & more
Book Study
From Apr 2 to Jun 25 2022
Bioregional Catalysts with Benji Ross
Cohort Forming
Forming Now

Recent and upcoming events:
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Chapters Fifteen and Sixteen: Our ancestors were all indigenous; Education for bioregional design
The Design Pathway Deep-Dive
May 21
2:00:00 PM UTC
Campfire
Bioregional Catalysts
May 21
3:00:00 PM UTC
Osa Interface meeting
Bioregional Catalysts
May 24
5:00:00 PM UTC
Water Education
Carrying the Conversation
May 24
10:00:00 PM UTC
Regenerative Project Incubator (Tuesday)
Regenerative Project Incubator
May 25
12:00:00 AM UTC
Campfire
Bioregional Catalysts
May 26
11:00:00 PM UTC
Update & Exploratory Session
Bioregional Catalysts
May 27
5:00:00 PM UTC

Weekly -
📚🌠 Book Club (and beyond),
🏕🔥 Campfire Talks,
🥚🐣 Project Incubator

Because nobody wants to just sit on zoom calls, what started as a study group has quickly grown into a vibrant community where members have found the others for prosocial conversation and bioregional collaboration. It is freely available and open to all who share this vision for the future of humanity.