We invite everyone who is working on regenerative solutions for themselves, our communities, and our planet - from a wide range of sectors, backgrounds, and experiences (such as web3, climate movements, NGOs, and citizen initiatives) - to unite and learn together.  

We organise “Regens Unite” events to bring all those regens together in one room where we allow ourselves to be surprised and awed by all the different ways of being regenerative and to taste the different aspects of regenerative finance, farming, activism, culture, healing, collaborating, relating, community-building, and technology; experiencing the weave of all these different ways of being and building.

Next events

[[ Regens Unite Retreat ]]

November 23-30, Ottignies, Belgium

Previous events

Regens Unite Amsterdam

September 22-24 2022

Regens Unite Bogotá

October 11-14 2022

Regens Unite Berlin

September 16-17 2022

Website - Photos of the event - Telegram Group

Regens Unite Brussels

May 19-20 2022

Website - Photos of the event - Telegram group

Yearbook 2022

Read what fellow Regens had to share about the first edition of Regens Unite in this yearbook put together by Bankless DAO.

We dive deep into our workshops, talks, and open spaces, plus there's tools and information to inspire conversations for your community or event. We share this freely and with love but if you are moved to donate to fund the work of Regens Unite:

CRYPTO: regensunite.eth on ethereum & polygon

Download the Yearbook (PDF)

Why Regens Unite? Why now?

We have passed the stage where we can just work towards sustaining the status quo. Instead, we have to move to regenerative solutions, where resources are renewed, capacity is built, and we become more resilient to shocks.

We are in the midst of an ecological and social crisis. Climatological imbalance causes floodings, wildfires and pandemics, growing pressure causes burnout, and toxic politics and social media polarise the conversation. We need systems change, not climate change.

Many citizens are taking responsibility to reorganise and to build solutions.

We want to bring these people together in one room.

Core Contributors

Anna-Marie Swan, Bruno Roemers, Corinna Schlicht, Guil Is, Jeremy Akers, Kris Is, Leen Schelfhout, samaelaross, Sinouhé Monteiro, Xavier Damman

Thank you to all the people who contributed to our Gitcoin Grant and especially momus.eth.

If you’d also like to support this event, please reach out (email, discord, twitter) or donate directly on Gitcoin or to regensunite.eth (ethereum or polygon)