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Regenerate Mesoamerica

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Resplendent Quetzal
  • Mesoamérica Regenerativa is a cooperative framework working with local and indigenous communities, NGOs, rangers, governments, as well as with empassioned and committed individuals.

  • Our partnership-based model and diverse range of solutions allow us to design integrated strategies that match the different scopes and scales required to unfold the regenerative potential.

  • Our strategy is to weave together the plethora of initiatives, movements, new forms of enterprise, and lifestyle experiments that are invisibly connected in a shared attempt to bring about a more sustainable future.

  • By uniting existing and emerging regenerative efforts, together we shape an integrated impulse for genuine transformation giving form to a planetary-scale network of regenerative hubs – all of which align around a shared vision for change.

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Rice Fields
  • Each territory that we engage in becomes a bioregional learning hub that is cooperatively owned and managed by local communities. This begins with the development of land suitable for regeneration that can be employed as a training ground for regional economic development. Each local circle becomes the convener for mapping of its territory, coordination of development efforts, related research and educational activities.

  • We are planning cultural events and festivals, ecosystem restoration camps, digital and physical marketplaces, and more, so stay tuned for activities near you. 

Local Impact

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Web Consultation
  • Co-creating multidisciplinary solutions with all stakeholders to develop regenerative economies that build resilience at the local level.

  • Enhancing community participation, especially the capacity of youth, in decision making processes through empowerment and education.

  • Developing regenerative agriculture. 

  • Incubating entrepreneurs, cooperatives, and small enterprises, inclusive to women and youth, establishing value chains for sustainable market opportunities.

  • Developing regenerative tourism models.

  • Deployment of innovative technology for sustainable energy production to rural communities, allowing for youth to identify with local development.

  • Creating a network of networks consolidated by the Hypha DAO platform (Decentralized Autonomous Organization) allowing for the exchange and implementation of experiences of best practices across regions and stakeholders.

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Fists in Solidarity
  • We engage in projects that vary from interventions for specific species, to supporting improved management of the natural capital we all share, to weaving food sovereignty initiatives across the region, and much more.

  • If you are an individual and/or an organisation supporting the regenerative movement and would like to contribute with your gifts to the movement, we invite you to participate in this multi-stakeholder ecosystem mapping.

  • As this project advances, it will become increasingly vital that we weave together with as many learning networks as possible to co-create the conditions for a new economic paradigm to emerge.

  • We are eager to facilitate the conditions for emergence all over Central America as regenerative economies struggle to take hold amongst the splendid diversity of cultural and ecological contexts in which they are being born today.


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Total Resource Requirement

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  • We anticipate this pilot-and-expansion phase to attract a 10-to-1 investment return for each region.

  • We have ongoing collaborations with multiple global networks to catalyze additional funding as this project takes off. Included among them are Commonland Foundation, Savory Institute, SDG Transformations Forum, Well-Being Economy Alliance, Common Earth (Commonwealth Secretariat initiative), Global Ecovillage Network, and the Club of Rome.

  • The vast majority of funds will pass through directly to 10 bioregional collaboratives to be chosen in key biological corridors in the target region for the project. These funds will continue to be carefully monitored by the overall project team, but will be allocated directly by locally staffed collaboratives drawing on community design and facilitation processes.

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  • Aug 2019 – June 2022

Phase 1

Set up the Network

Establish work plan, deepen community relationships, and coordinate learning across sites. Initiate multi-stakeholder mapping and scenario-planning processes for all territories.

  • July 2022 – May 2024

Phase 2

Guided Development for Regeneration

Accompany the implementation of solutions to empower communities to regenerate biological corridors, including the implementation of holistic metrics for effective monitoring and evaluation of the development process.

  • June 2024 – June 2025

Phase 3

Codify and Expand Solutions

Roll out a bioregional platform for coordinated exchange and investment, consolidating regions into circular well-being economies. Track value creation and capital flows across territories and throughout the entire region in service to community resilience and ecological health.


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