Socio-ecological regeneration

Restoration process that cannot avoid simultaneously dealing with ecological and social issues. Regenerative approaches seek not only to reverse the degeneration of the earth’s natural systems, but also to design human systems that can co-evolve with natural systems—evolve in a way that generates mutual benefits and greater overall expression of life and resilience (Pamela Mang & Bill Reed, 2012).

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