Ekodome is partnering with Buckminster Fuller Institute (BFI) to support their regenerosity projects worldwide and contribute to this effort with geodesic dome frames.
Building the first dome for a community in the Amazon Rain Forest to support their profound restorative efforts is just the start for the company.
What is Regenerosity?
Regenerosity organizations are already radically advancing human well-being and the health of our planet’s ecosystems. BFI aims to support and deeply influence the ascendance of a new generation of design-science pioneers who are leading the creation of a productive and restorative world economy that benefits all humanity. Ekodome will be empowering this initiative with its best efforts.
Regenerative approaches seek to reverse the degradation of the planet’s natural systems. They also aim to design human systems that co-evolve with natural systems to generate mutual benefits and greater expression of life and resilience.
Regenerative design principles have been practiced by indigenous cultures and land-based communities for centuries.
The term Regenerative Design or Regenerative Development originated more recently, evolving alongside movements such as Permaculture and Agroecology.
Regenerative development marks an evolution in the concept and practice of sustainable development.