Regenerative neighborhoods

If the city is the key to an open and inclusive society, a biologically rich culture, or a sustainable planet, we realize the need for bio-culturally diverse environments, cities and neighborhoods that are open to all and shaped by all. If we connect this right to the city with the right to education, we can begin to understand the transformation of society as an emancipatory learning process that gives each of us the right to sustainable human development.

Collaboration, sharing, and lifelong learning are then about changing society from below, about creating free, open, and democratic neighborhood institutions that inspire us to think in new ways, help us to meet our needs, and, perhaps most importantly, bring us closer together and closer to nature. Our research has regenerative neighborhoods in focus.