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Co-creating the Natural World: Shifting to Regenerative cultures

During a time when ethical and moral questions of the “unstoppable” AI occupy our minds like a self-fulfilling prophecy, how do we tear down the mental scaffolding that separates us from nature? What is required of us as participants in co-creating the natural world?

In this episode of Green Planet Blue Planet, we ask this question of Biologist, Regeneratist, Author Daniel Christian Wahl, and we explore the critical mission to stretch beyond sustainable communities to become builders and custodians of regenerative bioregions for the future.

As ethical concerns surrounding AI loom large, Daniel explores the urgent need to dismantle the mental barriers that separate humans from co-creating with nature.

Regenerative ecosystems call for a departure from abstract problem-solving towards a deep connection with nature. Daniel emphasizes that true regeneration can only be achieved within a specific place, context, and culture, rather than through generic master plans. It requires embracing a culture of care and reigniting humanity's innate bond with the natural world. Throughout the episode, you are invited to embark on a transformative journey of learning, discovery, and adaptation, recognizing their agency and falling in love with nature.

Join us as we challenge prevailing mindsets and inspire a new era of regenerative practices. Discover how co-creating with the natural world can reshape our future for the better.

# About Daniel Christian Wahl:

Daniel Christian Wahl is a biologist, renowned sustainability educator, consultant, and activist. With a diverse academic background and extensive experience, Daniel brings a multidisciplinary perspective to his work. From his collaborations with Gaia Education to his acclaimed book "Designing Regenerative Cultures," Daniel has made significant contributions to the field. He has been recognized with prestigious awards and fellowships, and his thought leadership has garnered a wide online following. Through teaching, speaking engagements, and collaborations, Daniel continues to inspire individuals and communities to embrace regenerative practices and work towards a sustainable and equitable future.

# About Better Worlds

Better Worlds is a communication and community building platform comprised of weekly podcasts, engaging international conferences and hack-a-thons to encourage and support the development of Web3 solutions. Our programs celebrate voices from every continent to forge a shared and abundant future.

Julian Guderley

Julian is a steward for Regeneration in this world. He functions in the world as a Podcast Producer, High Performance Coach & Event Creator.

Website Vancouver, Canada



We believe that the digital transformation and related technologies are revolutionizing the very nature of the way we live and who we are.  Done right, these innovations can help lead us to a better world. We're here to bring together the people and the tools to help you build it.

One key focus of our mission is to explore how the innovations of Web3, Ai, and Quantum Computing can help to sustain the natural world and build greater efficiencies to grow our shared prosperity. We believe in creating a collaborative, inclusive, and sustainable community to explore innovative solutions. Solutions that will contribute to achieving bioregional and global prosperity by integrating our three interconnected worlds: the natural world, the human-made physical world, and emerging technologies.

Better Worlds seeks to explore alternative viewpoints through media, international conferences, symposia, essays and hack-a-thons that encourage and support the development of innovative solutions.