Regeneration takes many forms. These eight action pathways are where we can support you in making the biggest positive impact.
We build bridges between Business, First Nations & Ecosystems
Our flagship projects demonstrate our ability work systemically on urgent issues from climate change, biodiversity and pollution to social resilience, reconciliation and community wellbeing. When we breakdown the silos between humans and the natural world, between diverse cultures or even different generations, sectors and industries we open new opportunities for meaningful change.
We’re setting new benchmarks for the way that Business and Nature can be brought together in transformational educations experiences for ecological leaders and entrepreneurs.
(1) Business with Nature Fellowship – 2023 Program
(2) Business with Country – Boonwurrung Programs
Through intercultural facilitation we’re helping to open up innovations in the way that climate, water, biodiversity, circular economy and community development are understood and managed inside government, corporate and nonprofit organisations.
(3) Kummargii Yulendji / Rising Knowledge – project
By embedding rigorous strategic systems in startups and established businesses, we’re helped to take their social, ecological and economic benefits to stakeholders to a whole new level.
(4) Metung Hot Springs – Regen Action Plan
(5) Great Wrap – Impact management
Nature and Investment traditionally sit in different silos but we’re working between frontline conservation organisations right up to global policy makers to open new partnerships and opportunities.
(6) Ranger Roundtable – Convening & COP15 event
(7) Yarra Riverkeeper – business partnerships
We’re working with cities and regions around the world which are navigating their transition away from extractive industries and seeking to establish the conditions for market-led regeneration.
(8) Regional Impact Trade Alliance – coming soon
The transition to a more socially and ecologically just economy is not just an ethical issue, its a systemic workforce challenge. We’re working between generations to unlock new potential.
(9) Young Tourism Network – Launchpad Program & Workplaces Research 2022
Building on international research we’re working with diverse stakeholders heal urban waterways and make swimming accessible in them to more people and living creatures.
(10) Swimmable Birrarung by 2030 – Alliance
(11) Regenerative tourism PhD – with Loretta Bellato, Swinburne University
For unique and special projects, we provide a safe space for them and their creators to grow. This can involve everything from leadership development to project management support and more.
(12) Beach Hand Bin – Josie Jones
(13) Two Bays Future Fund – Coalition of Everyone