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Give more life to life!

At regenÜrate we apply regeneration as an educational methodology that contributes to leaving behind more lively ecosystems and fairer societies. It implies not to be satisfied with reducing footprints, but to ensure that new life sprouts from the footprints as we walk. This means not only changing consumption and production systems, but also the systems of thought that sustain the practices of human exploitation.   


From exploration to regeneration

The heart of what we do

Sustainability alone does not bring damaged ecosystems back to life. Regeneration seeks to enlighten these ecosystems. Our regenerative approach proposes that each student becomes an agent of change to transform adversities into opportunities, rebuild habitats and contribute to the development of just societies. 
Regeneration occurs when we learn to see where life needs more to achieve balance and what activities can contribute today to a more vibrant ecosystem. 
We envision a world where the new generation renews human relationships with the planet. A world with new closed-loop mass transportation systems, diversified crops with native seeds, unpolluted waterways, societies without gender wage gaps and discrimination, advances in new health research... and much more!
It is urgent to weave the adversities of the planet with education and the future of our societies. 


Ecosystems evolve due to the ability of living beings to form associations and adapt to changing environments. Similarly, human societies develop resilience by collaborating and innovating. Regenerative education draws inspiration from these adaptive cycles and expands them. Implementing regenerative education comprises five interconnected stages:


Exploration & Innovation
Expansive growth
Pollinating and Evolving

At the core of each mission is a set of activities in which students undertake regenerative actions in their context through the creation of public policies, technologies, enterprises, and diverse regenerative actions.


Regeneration requires exploring and innovating to transform reality by asking questions, formulating ideas, and building life-long skills.


When we put ideas into action, regeneration is in motion!


Ideas need nourishment to become actions. Our activity books promote problem-solving strategies through collaboration and the integration of cognitive and emotional development during challenges. This enables students to step out of their comfort zone and discover their life purpose and role in society.

Through impact evaluations, we track students’ learning journey to reach Global Goals’ targets. This allows us to analyze how our learning modules are building global citizens for a regenerative world.


regenÜrate provides short and long-term guidance as students and institutions build the capacity to implement regenerative projects.


Regeneration needs time to fully fruit and reveal its compound effects. Partnerships between teachers, families, students, and communities are necessary to steward these efforts and mature projects.


Regeneration gives birth to infinite possibilities! Growth and collaboration create optimal conditions for life, making healthy ecosystems.


Completing a regenerative package aligned with a regenerative experience or package alguned with a Global Goal and embarking on another leads to expansive growth from one regenerative cycle to the next. Implementing long-term regenerative education plans enriches interdisciplinary learning and forms global citizens.


Each activity book is crafted to meet strict accessibility standards, and contains 5 missions designed for students to critically analyze their realities. They are catalyzers for self-awareness, an invitation to analyze societies and cultures, and assessments of the state of ecosystems.


Ending vicious cycles to create is the first step for regeneration. For students, such creative destruction begins by discovering how global challenges interconnect with their daily lives, which allows them to find inner motivation and take stewardship of their learning process.

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