Masterclasses

 

Living Systems, Regenerative Design and Eco Perception

Monday, 8th April | 13:00 – 14:00 CET | Zoom

About
 

This workshop explores the potential of living systems thinking as a tool to transition into regenerative ways of thinking, leading and learning and to democratise and de-intellectualize education. It aims to inspire people to apply the principles of regeneration to their own ecosystems.

 

Speakers
  • Hannah Eckert, a regenerative design and intersectional justice trainer and Julia Eckert, a holistic somatic coach, both trained in Permaculture and Trauma-based Pedagogy, founded it’s thyme in 2020 with its vision of becoming a truly regenerative organisation. They focus on joyful education and regenerative development through trainings and their “Hope Hub” concept – beautiful physical learning spaces, where applied research, co-creation and regenerative innovation happens through immersion and local and international community efforts. They are creating their first prototype in Galicia: regenerating and renovating a whole abandoned village with bioconstruction, regenerative design and local pioneers!
 
When

Date: Monday, 8th April
Time: 12:00 GMT / 13:00 CET
Duration: 1 hour
Language:
English

This engaging session is brought to you as part of the re:gen-u project, supported by the Erasmus+ program and hosted by Fachhochscule Muenster.

Previous Masterclasses in this series

 

Eco-systemic value creation and thinking

Friday, 5th April | 13:00 – 14:00 CET | Zoom

About
 

As discussed in our previous webinars, the Regenerative Economy encompasses environmental and natural regeneration, as well as social and economic regeneration. This webinar focuses on creating value and the relevance of leading actors to commit to investing resources (time, money, and competencies) to co-create and co-develop solutions to jointly identified problems.

This session aims to address these aspects and introduce the audience to the concept of regenerative economy as a systemic approach where different actors have to co-create value. This concept will be illustrated through case studies and interviews with experts working in different fields.

 
Speakers
  • Daniela Pavan: Research Fellow and Innovation Designer at PInK – Knowledge Transfer Office at Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, Head of Marketing at M9 Museum, Consultant in the field of Marketing & Communication
  • Mark Tosi: Co-founder of Heima, a startup that builds and manages eco-resorts in pristine natural environments with a focus on sustainability and environmental regeneration, from minimizing impact to promoting positive change.
  • Matteo Silverio: Co-Founder of Rehub, an innovative Murano-based startup that develops new easy-to-use technologies to process non-recyclable glass, transforming this waste into valuable resources.
  • Elena Bertè: Agronomy Research Manager at Barilla G. & R. F.lli. In Barilla Elena, along with the agronomy team, carries out research projects to develop and test efficient, innovative, and regenerative farming practices that improve soil health, biodiversity and productivity.
 
When

Date: Friday, 5th April
Time: 12:00 GMT / 13:00 CET
Duration: 1 hour
Language:
English

This engaging session is brought to you as part of the re:gen-u project, supported by the Erasmus+ program and hosted by Ca’ Foscari University of Venice

Financing and Value Redistribution in Regenerative Enterprises

Friday, 15th March | 15:00 – 15:50 CET | Zoom

About
 

Dive into the core of regenerative economy financing with our upcoming masterclass. This session will specifically address the challenges and strategies around value redistribution and financing within regenerative enterprises, highlighting the importance of sustainable and equitable economic practices. It will aim to provide detailed insights into how innovative financial models and cooperative approaches can effectively support the redistribution of value and financing in regenerative businesses.

 
Speakers
  • Yannick Charming, entrepreneur and climate investor, will share his expertise on leveraging finance for climate-positive projects and discuss the role of investors in fostering a regenerative economy.
  • Vincent Javicoli, Director of a regional federation of cooperative corporations (URSCOP), will discuss how cooperative models contribute to sustainable financing and value distribution in the context of regenerative enterprises.
 
When

Date: Friday, 15th March
Time: 14:00 GMT / 15:00 CET
Duration: 50 Minutes
Language:
English

 

This engaging session is brought to you as part of the re:gen-u project, supported by the Erasmus+ program and hosted by Institut Mines-Telecom Business school (IMTBS).

Empowering a regenerative economy: exploring transformative technologies and innovative business models

Tuesday, 5th March | 11:10 – 12:20 CET | Zoom

About
 

Are you curious about the myriad opportunities technology offers for the Regenerative Economy? Join us for a comprehensive webinar exploring green technologies, renewable energies, precision agriculture, biotechnologies, blockchain, and artificial intelligence. Discover how these advancements, both high and low-tech, can pave the way for efficient, sustainable solutions across various sectors. This webinar will go beyond theory, presenting business cases that showcase the practical application of technology in actively enhancing, healing, and rejuvenating our environment and communities.

Ready to revolutionize your understanding of technology’s role in fostering a regenerative economy? Join us for this informative session, where we will explore advancements and innovative business models that have the power to reshape the way we live and work. 

When

Date: Tuesday, 5th March
Time: 10:10 GMT / 11:10 CET
Duration: 1 Hour 10 Minutes

This engaging session is brought to you as part of the re:gen-u project, supported by the Erasmus+ program and jointly hosted by SEB UL (School of Economics and Business, University of Ljubljana) and NALED (National Alliance for Local Economic Development in Serbia).

Regenerative Economy State of the Art

Thursday, 29th February | 19:00 – 20:00 CET | Zoom

About
 

Have you ever thought about an approach to life and business where we not only aim to sustain but actively improve and give back to our planet? That’s the essence of a regenerative economy. It’s not just about maintaining the balance; it’s about enhancing it, healing and rejuvenating our environment and communities. This concept takes sustainability and circularity to a new level, focusing on restoration and innovation in how we live and work.

Interested in learning more about this forward-thinking approach? We invite you to join our informative webinar, a deep dive into the regenerative economy, and how we can collectively make a difference.

When

Date: Thursday, 29th February
Time: 18:00 GMT / 19:00 CET
Duration: 1 Hour

This engaging session is brought to you as part of the ‘Re:Genu’ research initiative, supported by the Erasmus+ program and jointly hosted by UVIC (University of Vic – Central University of Catalonia) and Trinity College Dublin.