Author: Emilia Rekestad

SECTION 3: CREATING PATHWAYS FOR LAND STEWARDSHIP, RE-GENERATIVE ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND “CARE” – URBAN AND RURAL

“If we look at history we can see that every civilisation that debased its soil resources is now extinct. Incredibly, humans move more soil around each year than was created during the last ice age. Even organic agriculture deems it acceptable to maintain a certain amount of soil loss annually.… Read More»

Section 2 – Making the Global goals (SDG/ Agenda 2030) REAL – and integrating them in the EUSBSR/policy structure

“The new agenda must become part of the contract between people, including civil society and responsible business, and their governments – national and local” – Ban Ki-moon, UN Secretary-General. “We all should start to think on how to translate these global goals into nation-scale implementing plans. Here is a unique… Read More»

Section 1- Governance and policy suitable for resilient and complex adaptive systems

“What do we need to be capable to skilfully navigate through increasing complexity and uncertainty, with the aim of supporting  resilience and the regenerative capacity of our systems?” and “How can we further explore approaches, formats and strategies for policy which suit the complexity and diversity which reality holds?”  … Read More»