r3.0 2021 Conference

r3.0 2021 Conference

r3.0 is pleased to announce its 8th international conference, convening from the 7th to the 8th of September 2021 online, to the Covid-19 global restrictions. For the second time, r3.0 has strategically placed its conference right after the summer break (in the Northern Hemisphere), to help set a sufficiently ambitious tone for the fall/winter conference season – particularly UN Climate Week, the UN General Assembly and many other conferences following in the months of October to December.

r3.0 Conference 2020 Photos and Videos

r3.0 Conference 2020 Photos and Videos

r3.0 Conference 2020 Photos and Videos are now online on our Conference Page. Please feel free to have a look ;-). Enjoy keynote plenaries, breakout sessions and market-making sessions, exploring the necessary quantum leaps to a regenerative & distributive economy.

New Blueprint Project

New Blueprint Project

r3.0 announced in January 2020 to start the developmenr of a Educational Transformation Blueprint. The purpose of this blueprint is to transform education in relation to the design and implementation of a regenerative and distributive economy in the 21st Century. We are embarking on a year-long journey to map the ecosystems of learning associated with the regeneration of landscapes and cultivation of regenerative economic models at bioregional scales. This includes all relevant expressions of formal and informal learning. There are permaculture camps, ecovillage training centers, large-scale ecological restoration projects, urban sustainability efforts, early childhood nature immersion experiences, undergraduate and graduate programs, and the panoply of life-long learning activities associated with entrepreneurial innovations in the midst of rapid global change. The primary focus of this project will be to identify organizing principles and design pathways for systemic integration that makes it possible to navigate the complexities of global change while moving increasingly toward the restoration of planetary health.

If you are interested to participate and/or support this Blueprint Development process, please contact Ralph Thurm and/or Bill Baue.

r3.0 2020 Conference

r3.0 2020 Conference

r3.0 held its 7th International Conference from 8th to 11th September 2020, this time completely online! As 2020 is often called a ‘make-or-break’ year – a half-decade after the 2015 Paris Accord and the start of the SDGs – the r3.0 International Virtual Conference offered a framework for redesigning our economy around the principles of regeneration and distribution. This framework is based on the r3.0 working ecosystem: the family of 9 interrelated blueprints, 7 of which have already been developed and 2 are still being created; 6 prior r3.0 conferences; the networks of our Academic Alliance and Advocation Partners; our Research and Test Lab collaborations, and our Global Thresholds & Allocations Council initiation. We felt uniquely positioned to gather world-class “game-changing and mind-blowing” speakers in a highly interactive “sleeves-rolled-up” working conference setting. This initiated a structure around 8 core themes: science, behaviour, finance, growth, value, circularity, education and governance.

Future Normals Webinar Series

Future Normals Webinar Series

EARTHwise Centre and r3.0 are delighted to invite you to a new Webinar series: The Future Normals. The series advances a unique partnership that merges the EARTHwise Tipping Point Conversations for a World that Works with  the r3.0 Test Labs format. As well, r3.0 integrates elements of our Transformation Journey Blueprint and Programs. Together, we offer a unique starting point for envisioning the ‘Future Normals’.

In a series of seven 1.5 hour Webinars on Zoom, r3.0 Managing Director Ralph Thurm and EARTHwise Centre CEO Dr. Anneloes Smitsman will facilitate these Tipping Point Conversations. The Series will kick off on May 20th, and take place every two weeks on Wednesdays at 11am PDT (2pm EDT, 8pm CEST). We will also invite guest experts to share their perspectives.

Click here to register and also find more information about the seven topics and the unique structure of these Webinars. Please contact Ralph Thurm or Dr. Anneloes Smitsman if you have any questions.

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