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Regenerative Eco-Social D-Accelerator | Profound Ecological Social Innovation / 4 REGENERATIVE transformation to the post-patriarchal culture / Female and Youth Driven Accelerated Change

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We are humannation

Welcome to make & build the regenerative 4.0 Society & Culture together / the humannation community of active conscious citizens for change, transition and ecosocial innovation for PLACE.
 

We develop LLLs (Local Living Labs and Community driven cooperative Co/Design and Co/Creation prototyping, crystalizing and Market Creation, with new collaborative business models.

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We co-design, co-create and co-develope a unique systemic approach combining the R^4 framework (humannation sharealike), involving:

  1.  Four vision enterprises (Quadruple Balance) - Purpose, Planet, People, Prosperity.

  2.  Fourth Sector Enterprising development

  3.  Four-Helix collaborative cooperative programmes and projects.

  4.  Four Returns territorial Management model (Commonland), integrating Permaculture, Regenerative Design.

Engaging with Ecovillage community development integration, as with Transition Towns project and un-learning programmes for the new collective transformation and Regenerative Society and Culture 4.0.

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UniverCity 2.0 Conference: organise locally to respond globally

Awareness-Based Collective Action through Eco-Social Profound-Innovation as a bottom-up transition pathway

Preview article (draft) — The Basque version of this article is originally published in JAKIN magazine edition 256/257 — March 2023

We are experiencing extreme ecological, social and personal crises, which are exacerbating over time, especially in the last few decades, there has been an acceleration of what can be defined as a poly crisis and systemic failure.

The crises are having major repercussions on the political and economic systems, destabilising the established ‘industrial world order’ as we know it since the second world war, and perhaps putting into question some of the other basic assumptions held in the last few centuries, at least since the enlightenment period.

Globally, Climate Change, and also ecological deterioration on the local level, are all creating major challenges which mean we are at a turning point in the modern history of humanity, since the agricultural revolution which began the era of mass production, and an extractive model based on the notion of infinite resources at the disposal of man to be exploited.

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The age that we now live in has been named by geologists as the ‘Anthropocene’, where humans are exerting extreme pressures on planetary ecosystems, even the Earth’s geology and changing entire natural ecosystems towards life threatening tipping points, accompanied by the age of Sixth mass extinction event. Either we change course and change the way we produce, consume resources and energy, or we are destined to experience the wrath of a deepening ecological crisis and the wider Gaian natural order, on a trajectory towards human civilization collapse; what could be considered as the self-elimination of humans from the natural order.

Social polarization between the rich and poor is at its highest point today, both domestically and globally. Wealth and income are becoming more concentrated [i],[ii], leading to a growing number of people living in poverty. This trend has only been exacerbated by recent economic crises, particularly the 2008 financial crash and the Covid-19 pandemic.

As we head towards meeting the set Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030, defined by the 2030 Agenda, each year we receive reports of the deteriorating ecological health and social inequality.

The recent wave of globalization has largely favoured a small group of people, leading to greater control by the elite over the global financial system and capital allocation. This has resulted in an unequal distribution of wealth, with a growing number of people being left out of the global economy in terms of employment, access to nutritious food, land, and political influence, among others. Considering also the global shadow or illicit economy with its ‘Dark Money’ financial flows, the figures are far more stark; englobing an economy of illicit arms trade, drugs trade and human trafficking (for labour and sexual exploitation), counterfeit goods and theft, which makes up a significant amount of the global trade, again benefiting a minority elite through elicit activities. According to a recent report “the criminal underworld has become seamlessly joined with upperworlds of business and politics, blurring distinctions between illegal and legal”[iii].

Meanwhile, ”The de-localisation of industry has depleted the industrial fabric in Europe, and the West in general, while creating fragile supply chains and lack of resilience of the local economy, including being one of the main causes of social rife driven by unemployment and underemployment”.

The social contract established since the Enlightenment era and even dating back to the origins of human civilization, which is the patriarchal model of society, is being challenged today due to global popular backlash. This model, with its familiar political and social organization, allocation of property rights and entitlements, has shaped gender rights, gender dynamics and social equity, and has been codified into laws and philosophical logic serving as the core operating system of modern industrial societies.

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EU 4-Helix-R4 Cluster-of-Clusters ecosystem co-creation

The EU Cluster-of-Clusters ecosystem is a Regenerative human-machine-hybrid-digital network of interconnected clusters that work together to achieve common co-design for preserving and regenerating the commons, through conscious community IMPACT-DRIVEN ACTION.

These clusters can be from different industries, regions, or countries. Co-creation is a collaborative process where different stakeholders work together to create something new. In a Cluster-of-Clusters ecosystem, co-creation can involve businesses, universities, research institutions, and government agencies working together to develop new products, services, or technologies.

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Scaling a decentralised global response through
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There are important emerging challenges to the basic notions of the modern state and global world order by the decentralised and global movements for gender equality, diversity, and individual freedom. These movements are wide and diverse but are captured by the fourth-wave feminism, which is an intersectional feminism enabled by social media and online activism (as with the Arab Spring, the Pussy Riots in Russia, Femen movement, the #metoo campaign, and now in Iran, the Women-Life-Freedom revolution). The fourth-wave feminists seek to challenge the notion of a single, universal "women's experience" and address systemic injustice and inequality. The movements are also intersectional with others seeking accountability, transparency, correcting generational wrongs, healing trans-generational trauma, ecological injustices, and protections of rights of minorities. These challenges reflect a desire to create a more equitable and just society, and show a trend towards alternative ways of thinking to find more meaningful and fulfilling ways of living in an increasingly complex and interconnected world.

Broadly speaking, we are witnessing the intensification of two major global tensions: one is driven top-down from existing sources of political and economic power, focusing on exploiting governance failures and private interests for new economic opportunities rather than addressing the root causes of sustainability issues, while the other is a bottom-up, community-driven movement seeking new disruptive ways to address common challenges and create change. Despite social rifts and a lack of resilience in the economy, people are coming together and seeking new collective approaches and solutions to enable well-being and health for individuals and society, as well as achieving greater harmony with natural ecosystems. New technologies can empower decentralised communities, but there are also concerns about increased authoritarianism in controlling access to technology and the overarching power of science and technology to influence freedom, well-being, and human rights. There is a growing movement advocating technology-for-good and science-for-good approaches to create transparency and rein in the centralised authority of specific interest groups. There are many new possibilities to self-organise and recreate new communities at the local level, to build greater resilience and aims to develop food and energy sovereignty, stronger communities through co-living and co-working design of places and spaces, repopulation of rural areas, and use of Technology-for-Good such as platforms or distributed ledger technology (DLT). Local mayors and regions are also responding to citizen’s demands, with innovative institutional reforms through decentralised organisations to develop and share best practices.

Figure 4. Three Horizons model adapted from International Futures Forum’s work, with Horizon 3 depicting the profound innovation pathway. Source: Daniel Christian Wahl.

One relevant approach as an examples of how the shifting organisational theories are enabling new communities to emerge, supporting new ways to drive change has emerged out of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s (MIT) School of Management (SLOAN), which emerged some 20 years ago as a Spin-Out called the Presencing Institute. Presencing Institute, led by Otto Scharmer, a Senior Lecturer at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), developed Theory-U as a framework for leading change and profound innovation, now called the U-School for Transformation[xi]. Profound Innovation is also aligned with the International Future Forum’s Three Horizon’s model, with adaptation by Daniel Christian Wahl’s work showing the transition to a viable regenerative future[xii] (detailed explanation of Three Horizon’s is provided by H2Uni [xiii]) deep transformation.

Theory-U is based on the idea that individuals, collectives and organizations have a "presencing" ability, to sense the deeper reality of issues and create a different future based on that deeply perceived reality. Theory-U proposes that effective change and innovation require a deep understanding of one's inner self, as well as the wider social and systemic context in which one operates, as individuals and collectives. The approach aims to activate and scale what is called ‘Awareness-based systems change’, which is an action research approach that views consciousness, as in a heightened state of awareness, being the key leverage point for societal transformation.

Consciousness in this context can be explained as looking beyond what is seen on the surface, to go deeper into the reality that is presented, so that a new reality can emerge, once we open our Mind, our Heart and our Will to facilitate such emerging realities - through a practice known as ‘Presencing’. By collectively engaging in Presencing, we can develop ‘action-confident’ communities, who by working Theory-U are able to co-design, prototype, test and develop new solution which will address root societal challenges. As such, Theory-U serves as a framework for collaboration and engagement using awareness-based and contemplative practices. It can help groups sense more deeply into team dynamics, and organizations engage in purposeful planning, prototyping of projects and initiatives, and aligning such actions with a deeper purpose.

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Impact-Driven Results

  1. ● The focus on regenerative innovation and enterprises 4.0 can lead to the development of sustainable and environmentally friendly solutions

  2. ● Deep transformative re-learning and co-designing personal and collective purpose can foster a sense of purpose and drive positive change in individuals and communities.

  3. ● The emphasis on regenerative capital and open innovation can drive economic growth and create opportunities for social and environmental impact.

  4. ● Addressing the ecological and spiritual divides can lead to a more inclusive and equitable society.

  5. ● The shift in behavior and habits, waste minimization, and promotion of ecological, social, and economic equity and governance can contribute to a more sustainable and regenerative society.

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