In harmony with nature
Positive impact for ecology, health and society
Regenerative design is renewal-focused, holistic, and data-driven. The term “regenerate” describes a process that mimics nature itself by restoring or renewing its own sources of energy and resources. We need to think about innovation, not in the context of doing less harm, but actually doing good.
ReGen collective strives to educate, inspire, and influence a circular lifestyle economy
We identify collaboration opportunities that scale high-impact regenerative innovations & ventures across the lifestyle sectors. Our ecosystem supports the development of novel products and socio-ecological systems that connect humans with nature, to remediate the harm that has resulted from years of industrial development and manipulative mass media advertising.
Innovation criteria metrics:
How does your innovation use design thinking, science, tech, and data intelligence to...
1. Advocate holistic health & wellness to offer natural, nutritious & medicinal products & services
2. Emulate natural ecological systems, eliminating the concept of waste
3. Increase biodiversity and the production of natural, renewable & recyclable resources
4. Enable fair, efficient, and transparent supply chains and services
5. Contribute to net-zero carbon emissions, energy, and water
6. Offer education and immersive experiences, supporting equal opportunities.
lifestyle sector challenges
Food and drink brands dominating retail distribution today are mainly processed products, consisting of refined sugars, unhealthy fats, and toxic chemicals. Also, the companies that own them take advantage of economies of scale in production and have little consideration for supplier ethics.
A huge part of the travel & hospitality industry is shaped by operations involving the singular use of non-renewable resources and promotes a culture of alcohol & chemical substances abuse.
The fashion industry is the second-largest polluter in the world and marketing has been a central force in creating a culture of 'fast fashion, resulting in the mass production of cheap, disposable, synthetic clothing. Chemicals are used in every part of textile production for making fibers, bleaching, and dyeing fabrics.
Architects, interior, and product designers commission the use of synthetic by-products of petroleum, such as plastic - a non-biodegradable resource that pollutes the planet, causing extreme disruption to ecosystems. The most common product types found in plastic waste are food and household packaging.
Here are some examples of innovative trailblazers
Discover exciting food & drink from British startups
A sustainable Swedish street/fashion brand influenced by youth culture and street style
Non-toxic pigment paints
Terraforma is the manifest of our belief that new dimensions can now be terraformed. A three days festival where music is the catalyst: a timeless centre of gravity for energies, with a breaking point from which sounds and images create a sense of suspension capable of pointing us towards new perceptions
A material technology company providing uniquely innovative and sustainable B2B solutions for a changing world
Harness the power of your breathing system for better health & wellbeing · Accelerate performance · Increase your zen · Free your mind
Inspiring the world to grow more hemp to reduce the environmental impact of food
Eco Tech homes. Tailor made homes using wood and advanced technology for maximum energy efficiency
Organic & Natural Spirit brands from around the world
Venues and pop-up spaces for rent
The premier subscription fashion service that powers people to rent designer styles for work, weekends and events
A 3D Printing company working on a new circular model of housing entirely created with reusable and recyclable materials, sourced from local soil, carbon-neutral and adaptable to any climate and context