A Media Platform
for Systems Change Solutions

The scientific consensus suggests that we have at most the span of one generation, from 2020 to 2050, to mass mobilise as a species and actively implement ‘regenerative systems solutions’, if we are to have any chance of preserving some semblance of a habitable planet for the future.

The first single-celled bacteria on Earth virtually wiped each other out due to hostile competition over limited resources and thus nearly destroyed life on the planet.

Then, at the eleventh hour, something extraordinary happened.

They learned to co-operate with each other and share resources, creating ‘complex co-operative communities’, kick-starting multi-cellular life as we now know it – in a relative blink of evolutionary time.

Now the time has come for humanity to do the same.

This is The Great Work that is upon us as a species. It will require nothing less to save the planet for future generations. And we are the generation on which this depends. Read more…

If not us, then who? If not now, then when? Are you ready to join The Re-Generation?

Is the Virus our Vaccine?

Listen to the 90 min audio recording by Rory Spowers

The Re-Generation

Please visit our Media page to view videos of The Re-Generation launch at Port Eliot festival in late July 2019, with Russell Brand, Bruce Parry, Jojo Mehta, Amanda Feilding, Shane Mauss and others, plus any other recent events.

Russell Brand in conversation with The Re-Generation founder Rory Spowers at Port Eliot Festival

The Regeneration founder Rory Spowers in discussion about ‘systems change’ with Ross Ashcroft from Renegade Inc.

Richard St Barbe Baker

“This generation may either be the last to exist in any semblance of a civilized world or it will be the first to have the vision, the bearing and the greatness to say, ‘I will have nothing to do with this destruction of life, I will play no part in this devastation of the land, I am determined to live and work for peaceful construction for I am morally responsible for the world of today and the generations of tomorrow’.”