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What is a

Regenerative Landscape?

A Regenerative Landscape is

a large region, potentially thousands of square kilometers in size, and inhabited by millions of people, where there is a collective will to reverse environmental and social degradation.

Within this region conveners of the landscape initiative bring together all the key stakeholders: government, landowners, farmers, agri-business, and civil society organizations. They then work together to come up with a shared strategy around land management that will lead to massively regenerative outcomes.

This approach leads to positive regional impacts on many of the sustainable development goals, helps achieve zero deforestation, protects biodiversity, improves livelihoods, and increases the resilience of global food production.

Benefits

A video on the approach from our friends at Commonland