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A Path to Addressing the Climate Crisis


In the face of the urgent climate crisis, the need for transformative action has never been more apparent. The call for “stubborn optimism,” as articulated by Christiana Figueres and Tom Rivett-Carnac in ‘The Future We Choose,’ resonates as a guiding principle. The 2015 Paris Agreement marked a pivotal moment in this global effort, yet the journey towards a sustainable future continues. This article explores the profound potential embedded in both individuals and the communities they inhabit as the key to tackling the climate crisis.

Building Capacity for Transformation:

The work of Bill Sharpe and the ‘Future Stewards’ coalition, coupled with Nigel Topping’s strategic leadership, provides hope for coordinated action post-COP26. The ‘Three Horizons’ pathways practice emerges as a valuable tool, offering a shared mental framework to foster systemic transformations at local, regional, and global scales. As we envision the future, it becomes imperative to understand how our collective agency is shaped by our problem-solving mindset and aspirations.

Regenerating Human Impact:

Contrary to prevailing narratives, regenerative human impact on Earth is not a distant ideal but a historical norm. Indigenous cultures, predating industrialization, nurtured abundance and diversity, actively regenerating local ecosystems. The wisdom embedded in these cultures, passed down through oral traditions, holds valuable lessons for our regenerative future. Recognizing the interconnectedness of people and place is a crucial step towards co-creating diverse regenerative cultures globally.

Beyond Carbon Metrics:

While addressing carbon emissions is undeniably urgent, it’s essential to avoid a myopic focus on carbon reduction as the sole solution to the climate crisis. The recent IPCC report emphasizes the need for net-zero CO2 emissions but also prompts a deeper exploration of root causes. The danger lies in exclusively structuring the response around carbon metrics, potentially overlooking fundamental issues. It raises questions about the appropriateness of framing the challenge as merely ‘fighting climate change.’

Regenerative Development and Lifelong Learning:

Regenerative development isn’t about universal solutions; instead, it focuses on enhancing our capacity to co-create and transform in response to evolving contexts. It requires a shift from the conventional problem-solving paradigm to an approach that builds capacity and manifests the potential of people and place. This ongoing community and place-based learning process emphasizes participation, inclusion, and uniqueness as essential elements in regenerating life.

The Potential of People and Place:

The urgency of the climate emergency necessitates a species-level right of passage, challenging humanity to redesign its impact on Earth. The journey towards a globally regenerative human impact paradoxically unfolds through local and regional regeneration. Acknowledging the bio-cultural uniqueness of each place, community, and bioregion becomes a fundamental prerequisite for this transformative process.

The ReGeneration Movement:

Amid the climate crisis, a groundswell of regenerative initiatives and projects offers reasons for optimism. The launch of the ‘United Nations Decade on Ecosystems Restoration’ and landscape-scale regeneration efforts globally exemplify the momentum building towards a regenerative future. Regenerative agriculture movements, regenerative leadership discussions, and projects promoting regenerative economies further underline the collective shift towards a more sustainable and interconnected world.


As we stand at the threshold of transformative change, the potential of people and the places they inhabit emerges as the linchpin in addressing the climate crisis. By acknowledging and nurturing this potential, we embark on a journey of regenerative development, learning, and lifelong transformation. The ReGeneration movement signifies not just a response to climate challenges but a commitment to creating conditions conducive to life on Earth. The path forward lies in aligning with life’s evolutionary patterns, moving from scarcity to abundance, and collectively steering towards a regenerative future.

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