Take nature into account in all decision-making, upending high- carbon-culture’s relegation of nature to the decorative or as a luxury ‘good-for-you’ – making the diversity of species supported by an area a driving factor in whatever planning for the area is undertaken; leaving parts of the planet alone. Restoring what has been damaged. Creating energy and food supply chains that work in symbiosis with nature rather than extracting from it. & creating some enjoyable tastes, experiences and communities along the way.
Through the course of our work and research to imagine otherwise we have discovered many brilliant projects around the world. These have inspired our thinking and galvanised our hopefulness.
These brilliant projects are living proof that another future is already on its way…
Restoring oyster reefs to New York’s harbour through public education initiatives.Read more
A alliance of nine British Columbia First Nations, creating jobs for the future and protecting the Great Bear Rainforest. Indigenous communities creating a conservation-based economy.Read more
Losæter was established in 2011 as an art project. Today it consists of fields with traditional grains and an abundance of various vegetables, living soil, compost, pallet collars, a public baking house and a number of activities under the auspices of the City Farmer, a baking community, a horticultural therapy project, an allotment collective and more.Read more