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In conversation with Geographers, Regenerative futures

posted on 2023-05-25, 13:34 authored by Elaine StratfordElaine Stratford, Raven, M, Ruming, K, Jason ByrneJason Byrne, Duthie, P
For the first webinar of 2022, we welcomed Miri Raven [UNSW], Jason Prior [UTS], Kristian Ruming {Macquarie], Jason Byrne [UTAS], and Philipa Duthie [RSA Oceania]. Together they explored a report, published in October 2021, by Josie Warden from the Royal Society of Arts. The paper is entitled 'Regenerative Futures. From sustaining to thriving together'. In it, Warden considered the meaning of the term regenerative, shared varied perspectives on the term, outlined the ways in which it signifies living systems perspectives, invited readers to think deeply about questions related to the future, and described eight guiding principles for regenerative design. Geographers surely will have much to contribute to the ways in which these principles are made manifest, and this webinar heard views from several leading members of the discipline.



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