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RETHINKING Regeneration

ETH Zürich | Chris Luebkeman, Johan Rockström, Ralph Müller, Josephine Graf

Pioneering a paradigm shift for sustainable transformation

In the face of escalating global challenges such as climate change, biodiversity loss, urbanization, and resource depletion, the concept of regeneration has gained significant momentum as a pathway towards sustainable development. Traditional notions of regeneration often focus on mere restoration or remediation, overlooking the critical need for innovative and transformative approaches that embrace resilience, inclusivity, and long-term viability and chart a transformative course for regenerative practices. A regenerative future will harmonize human well-being with the preservation of our planet’s ecosystems, setting the stage for resilient and thriving communities for generations to come.

This event is part of ETH Zurich’s RETHINKING LIVING campaign. We are all feeling massive change across just about every aspect of our lives. Climate change, the destruction of biodiversity and technological disruptions present threats, but more importantly, an opportunity to focus on grand challenges, to embrace deeper meaning, and to rediscover overlooked aspects of our lives. RETHINKING LIVING convenes scientists, industry experts and outstanding global thinkers from ETH Zurich and across the world.


This event is hybrid and will take place as part of the Berlin Science Week CAMPUS.

On-Site: Admission is free. Please note: Pre-registration is requested for this event. Please send a short mail to alexandra.cron@sl.ethz.ch to get a guaranteed place.

Digital: Shortly before the event begins, the stream will be made available on this site, and can also be accessed here.

Information about the physical accessibility of the Museum für Naturkunde can be found here. The event is taking place in the New Normal Hall. The New Normal Hall is located on the first floor and can be reached by lift.

About the Venue
Invalidenstraße 43
Berlin, Berlin 10115 Germany

Johan Rockström

Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK)

Ralph Müller

ETH Zürich

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