The Power of Community: Scaling the Potential of Regenerative Aid in Times of Climate Emergencies and other Vulnerabilities

“[The] point is not to welcome disasters. They do not create these gifts, but they are one avenue through which these gifts arrive. Disasters provide an extraordinary window into social desire and possibility, and what manifests there matters elsewhere, in ordinary times and in extraordinary times.” — Rebecca Solnit, A Paradise Built in Hell — The Extraordinary Communities That Arise in Disaster

Our first Peramculture Design Certificate Course with grassroots leaders in disasters and displacement with Permaculture for refugees pioneer Rosemary Morrow and Green Releaf Facilitators.

Weaving for Collective Impact

Our Regenerative Aid Lab for Taal Relief (2019) with support by LUSH Re-Fund, in collaboration with Re-Alliance, Project TANAW, The Department of Health, Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team (HOT), Art Relief Mobile Kitchen, Feed Philippines, Mother Earth Foundation PH, KindMind, Slow Food Manila, League of Organic Agriculture Municipalities, Cities, and Provinces of PH held at Commune
Community Kitchens for displaced people by Arts Relief Mobile Kitchen and Feed Philippines
Help needed after Supertyphoon Haiyan in 2013. Photo by EPA

How Regenerative Aid Mapping and Matchmaking Can Help

Launching for Supertyphoon Rai/Odette Mutual Aid

Photo by Greenpeace Philippines

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