Individual art, design and environmental projects will demand their own areas of research, which we look forward to sharing on our project pages. 
In the meantime we hope these links to artists and environmentalists, searching for regenerative solutions, will help inspire initiatives.

The secret world beneath our feet is mind-blowing – and the key to our planet’s future

Don’t dismiss soil: its unknowable wonders could ensure the survival of our species

by George Monbiot

David Graeber begins 'In so far as it will be possible to create a viable economy that won't destroy the planet we're going to have to think very seriously about what it is we consider valuable work to begin with'.

Why planting a tree is a radical act

A 1980s green project by the German artist Joseph Beuys has inspired a contemporary art duo. Bel Jacobs speaks to them about activism, hope, regeneration – and the power of nature.

‘Our biggest challenge? Lack of imagination’: the scientists turning the desert green

Ground Elder - Aegopodium podagraria

Wageningen University & Research - Image Collections

Understanding Sustainability Through An Indigenous Knowledge Lens

Five ways to help nature help us  


Sustainability is not enough: 
we need regenerative cultures  
Daniel Christian Wahl

Fridays for Future - Greta Thunberg

Humboldt - Art and Science Intertwined - Andrea Wulf

BBC Radio 4 - New Ways of Seeing, Sybernetic Forests

What Really Matters at the End of Life - BJ Miller

Sustainable Development Commission  

Prosperity without growth?

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