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(Re)Generate Roundtable; Healing the planet and ourselves. World Green Building Week 2023

Human and planetary health are inextricably interrelated, we can not talk about one without addressing and understanding the other. Through exploring regenerative practices on a personal and planetary scale we can have a great and profound impact on inner and outer landscapes and lifestyles.

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(Re)Generate Roundtable; Healing the planet and ourselves. World Green Building Week 2023
(Re)Generate Roundtable; Healing the planet and ourselves. World Green Building Week 2023

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Sep 14, 2023, 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. N/A

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Regeneration is the natural process of replacing or restoring damaged or missing cells, tissues, organs, and even entire body parts to full function in plants and animals. The same applies on a personal, interpersonal and planetary scale. Human and planetary health are inextricably interrelated, we can not talk about one without addressing and understanding the other. Through exploring regenerative practices on a personal and planetary scale we can have a great and profound impact on inner and outer landscapes and lifestyles. We can heal the planet. We can heal ecosystems. We can heal ourselves. We can fit back into the community of life and create a more abundant place. We can move from competitive scarcity to shared abundance.

Acknowledging the inherent connection we have to the land and our role as stewards and guardians of it. The objective of the event is to bring experts and individuals together to facilitate an experiential education exchange, exploring the inherent interconnections and the role each of us can play in dreaming, designing and creating a regenerative future for all life.

The main objective of the event is to instill a sense of embodied awareness and knowledge amongst participants, specifically those working towards more sustainable and regenerative spaces and places, including but not specific to the built environment - buildings, communities, districts and cities.

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