What is Regenerative
Focusing on Designing Whole Systems
Regenerative design considers the full ecosystem and greater community rather than thinking of buildings and structures as entities that exist independently from one another. Regenerative systems support the well-being of residents as well as our planet.
The difference between sustainability and regeneration is simple – the former maintains the existing levels and the latter adds new and more vigorous life to an area. If we’re going to reverse climate change, deforestation and environmental degradation – we need to do more than maintain the status quo.
To bring new and more vigorous life to an area.
To regrow or revive and bring into renewed existence.