The Regeneration Magazine
Today marks our first Community Feature. We couldn’t do what we do without the support from the individuals and businesses that have joined our #Communitree – these features are meant to celebrate those that have made TreeEra’s journey possible thus far.
Today’s feature is the Regeneration Magazine – an organization whose mission focuses on looking at climate change through a lens of hope and empowerment. For every print issue sold, they plant a tree.
What was your reason for signing up for a TreeEra subscription? How do trees fit into Regeneration Mag’s mission?
I signed up for a TreeEra subscription because I wanted to make The Regeneration a fully circular and regenerative business in which we were putting more trees into the earth than we were taking out by printing. the Regeneration is on a mission to report on the people and projects that regenerate the planet, so it was only fitting that our publication and mission was built the same way.
What does climate change mean to you?
In the simplest sense, climate change is the biggest opportunity of the 21st century to create the kind of society where people and the planet can live in harmony with natural systems, improving the quality of life for everyone. It’s a collective problem that has the potential to activate our highest sense of creativity, trying to solve climate change and all the things that contribute to it, by building an inclusive, just economy that is built on businesses that do more than just make money but instead create positive change with every transaction they make.
In the simplest sense, climate change is the biggest opportunity of the 21st century to create the kind of society where people and the planet can live in harmony with natural systems, improving the quality of life for everyone.
Tell us a little bit about Regeneration.
The Regeneration is more than just a magazine, it’s a vision for a brighter and more interconnected future, where businesses can spearhead change and people can work together to regenerate the planet, rather than soil it. We highlight creatives, thinkers, artists, and entrepreneurs who are making waves in the environmental movement and changing the conversation about climate change. The publication offers something that traditional media outlets do not when it comes to covering the climate crisis: hope.
The Regeneration, available in digital or print, showcases the good news when it comes to climate change, namely the work of real people doing real work right now to solve the climate crisis. Our hope is that by changing the conversation on climate change, this social enterprise will not only give the environmental movement a voice but will inspire its readers to join as well.
What are two other easy lifestyle changes that you would suggest to those looking to live a little bit more sustainably?
Always have a water bottle, utensils and a reusable cup on you, and always remember to say no to the straw!