Past event


Friday, April 8, 2022
8:00 am – 9:30 am PDT
Skoll World Forum Ecosystem Event: Regenerosity 
Peer to Peer Learning as a Catalyst to Global Regenerative Transformation

April 8, 2022
8:00 – 9:30 am PDT / 4pm – 5:30pm UTC/BST
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Join us on Zoom:

Regenerosity is thrilled to be part of the 2022 Skoll World Forum as an ecosystem partner. Join us for this regenerative panel discussion and experiential group learning.

Regenerosity believes in amplifying whole system solutions that already exist at the local level. Shifting from the old paradigm of transfer of knowledge – North to South, urban to rural, or white to BIPOC -, we have developed a participatory methodology for regenerative development that we practice through peer to peer circles at every level: funding, co-designing, monitoring, storytelling, and learning. 

Our panelists will share our peer to peer learning model that creates space for the bottom-up emergence of knowledge, trust, and commitment. After that, we will invite guests to participate in a peer learning circle of their choice. Topics will include trust-based philanthropy, effective storytelling, climate resilience, and inner work.

This session is for anyone interested in creating paradigm shifts, catalyzing change, or advancing social and climate justice. It is for philanthropists, social innovators, entrepreneurs, conveners, organizers, and doers.

Invite your team members, partners, and anyone else you think may benefit from this experience. Everyone that registers will receive a recording of the event and a visual summary of the learnings.

We are looking forward to seeing you on April 8th!

The Regenerosity Team

About Partners


Co-founded by the Buckminster Fuller Institute and Lush Cosmetics, Regenerosity funds and resources grassroots and storytelling projects that accelerate global adoption of regenerative practices as a means to achieving thriving communities, healthy ecosystems, and a stable climate. We connect both projects and funders in regional cohorts to provide peer-to-peer learning that accelerate the deployment of just and equitable solutions.

Be the Earth Foundation

Be The Earth is a UK based foundation that combines Philanthropy and Impact Investments for a world that nurtures all beings. Challenging traditional (philanthropic and investments) models, BTE focuses on building relationships with people and organizations that enables collaboration and partnerships with those who share the vision of regenerative economic systems that prioritise life on earth for all beings. Like a fungal network, attained to the paradigms of reciprocity and interconnection, Be The Earth seeks to offer and widen access to diverse types of capital that can ignite the flourishing of the broader ecosystem to which it belongs.

Earth4Ever Conservation Foundation

Earth4ever is a young social organization that works with communities of indigenous farmers living in fragile eco-sensitive zones of Maharashtra, India. We run a Permaculture Demonstration Centre in collaboration with a local farmer, where farmers (especially women) are enabled with the knowledge of regenerative farming practices including soil rejuvenation and water management. Our approach is participatory and we co-design biodiverse Food Forests and Kitchen Gardens along with the community. We aim to create resilience in the areas of food and health security and income generation, leading to mitigation of the effects of climate change, and regeneration of the local ecology.

YICE Uganda

YICE is a social organization in Uganda that implements practical regenerative farming activities targeting last mile smallholder female and young refugee farmers in rural Uganda. The goal of our intervention is three fold; to promote food security, to regenerate biodiversity and achieve climate change adaptation, and improve incomes for smallholder farmers. We implement  community-led activities; such as: Practical farmer training in permaculture and regenerative farming, training in water harvesting, production of mobile low cost drip irrigation kit, production of organic fertilizers and mobilizing beneficiaries into savings groups.