structuring our knowledge

We evolve trough our action-research, promoting and integrating rigorousness and scientific knowledge in our experiences.


We hold to the "power of questions" rather than the volatile and temporary quality of answers.
“There is nothing permanent except change. ”
- Heraclitus

Our frames of reference


Building our capacity to make sense of reality

We hold to the "power of questions" rather than the volatile and temporary quality of answers.

references & influences

Doughnut Economics Action Lab

Doughnut Economics (by Kate Raworth) is the best economic model for a regenerative planet.

Regenesis Institute

The Institute has develop scientific knowledge and deep understanding of what is regeneration.

Pro Social

Based on Evolutionary science, prosocial defined a method to enhance collaboration and cooperation at scale

Presencing Institute

Presencing institute continues to develop and expand Theory-U (by Otto Scharmer) and SPT (by Arawana Hayashi) two sources of inspiration.

Warm Data

Developed by Nora Bateson and The Bateson Institute, Warm Data is the information about the interrelationships that integrate elements of a complex living system.

our key questions

There is a sense of the importance of legacy that shifts the externalities thinking (economy short vision)?

Ecology, legacy, and evolution are interconnected through the processes of adaptation, inheritance of traits, and the impact of ecological interactions on species' survival and reproduction. The legacy of ecological practices, both in natural ecosystems and human societies, can influence the evolutionary trajectories of species and shape the long-term dynamics of ecosystems and cultures. Understanding these relationships is crucial for addressing current environmental challenges and ensuring a sustainable legacy for future generations.

What are the most relevant relationships that need to be addressed regarding our evolution?

Is there a future by design?

What is the financial effort for regenerating land?

What economical flows need to be ensured? It is very hard to understand the effort ? How can land regeneration and regenerative economics have credibility so it can become the base of our economy?

If we assume our stewardship and embrace its responsibilities, what are the economic flows necessary to support this responsibility? Assuming the paramount importance of regeneration, how can we support its costs? 

How can we shift from degenerative practices to generative practices?

In our social complexities we degenerate land, diminish soil, affect water quality, and reduce biodiversity. And we are also able to clean rivers, recover landscapes, and recover the population of endangered species. However, nature, when left alone, is also able to recover and bring back vitality and life. How do we know our actions are the best? How can we be required to learn and act from these learnings?

How would we know we are regenerating?

How can we respond to present landowners for whom land is a value keeping ongoing income for them and their descendants?

Land ownership is a complex concept. For many landowners, the land is a significant investment, made with their sacrifice or their ancestors' sacrifice. It is often seen as a retained earning and reserves for future generations.

Can we create models of financial, governance, ownership, guardianship and stewardship structures that enable functions to be balanced and perpetuated?

Present structures create dilemmas of choice that can not be solved at an individual level, yet demand individual responsibility. 

How do we relate to land?

There are multiple ways in which we relate to the land, sometimes we get it right and sometimes not so much.

What might we think when we think of our relationship with the land? That this relationship provides us with sustenance, the food that sustains our bodies and the water that quenches our thirst. The connection that supports our homes, settlements and cities. That it nurtures our cultural and spiritual connections, fostering traditions deeply in its roots. We may imagine that responsible environmental stewardship ensures the lands health for generations, offering recreational havens that invite leisure and reflection.

Did we get it right? Where did we get it wrong? Things on the river lake or beach or the tree, bird or berries or the taste of fruit or veggies.

Can we shift the financial flows from single businesses and invest in systems?

Can we design for network systemic investments, distributive and circular by design?

The present beliefs are still focus on the entrepreneur journey.The financial inefficiencies of this focus are tremendous:

  • 4 out of 10 business fail after 3 year according to eurostat
  • 9 out of 10 Startups Fail (Forbs)
  • The "consortium" approach has been used but is not systemic by design.

A system, can be much more resilient failure and better equipped for learning.

Can can Businesses be driven by the idea of "Legacy"?

The dimensions of "Legacy" can be seen in the two time directions of past and future.

What if a business could honour its history, place and cultural past?

The benefits could be incredible as the business would tap into an uniqueness distinctive set of characteristics

What if a business could thing in a very log term, and focus on a legacy that its members would be proud of?

For today's businesses, thinking very long therm is almost impossible, yet leaving a legacy is undoubtedly is both an aspiration and success driving force.

Can we shift the Real-State evaluation models to including land and life principles

Present evaluation models, driven by land extractive usage, devalue living ecosystems true values.

Closing the gap between such expression of economical value and life becomes a central action of value flow.

Can we establish a land evaluation model that includes the tangible and intangible values of a living ecosystem such as: biodiversity, soil quality, carbon capturing, water retention and filtering, and many others?

Trust! how is trust build? What is a "Land Trust"

Trust is a key element of social dynamics. The regenerative Land Trust Fund needs to gather the trust from investors and land owners in a regenerative partnership.

Building trust is a crucial element of our construct.

In particular, the Land Trust needs to constitute it self as a trustable societal entity, with the proper legal framing, protecting the land and ensuring it regenerative purpose.

Land Trust needs to establish the right governance and legal framing to provide adequate participation and confidence mechanisms to landowners.

How can we shift our relation with the land, becoming their guardian instead of owner?

Land ownership is a complex concept, conditioning our relation with land. Can we become land stewards or guardians?

Caring for the land is a paramount of our age if we are to survive on this planet.

Land ownership was a first step to objectify and justify our extractive relation with the land.

Can we evolve towards a responsible, caring and protective relationship?

What do we know about living Systems and Regeneration?

Nature will be our guiding force and teacher. Understanding living systems is central to Value Flow and a key aspect of the Regenerative Land Trust Fund.

Regeneration is central to the fund purpose. Expanding the underfunding of regeneration is therefor a paramount.

The question of What is Regeneration will be a central one, evolving as our practice and consciousness evolves.

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