Terragon Nature Lab is an open laboratory, a knowledge hub, and an incubation space that explores what is regenerative thinking and self-sustaining living in an integral context. To this end, we provide a playground where children, students and researchers can
PLAY, LEARN and EXPERIMENT
on ways to nurture our social and natural systems to thrive in the long term.
Our projects and activities are a cross-over between real and virtual environments, art, technology, theatre, serious gaming, urban development, collective intelligence and innovation. For over 18 years, multidisciplinary groups and communities come together at Terragon to connect with nature, gain awareness, learn, consult, co-create, collaborate, support, inspire and encourage one another, participate in decision-making processes, and engage in collective action.
We strive to engage, empower and bring cohesion among groups of people who want to shape new scenarios for a regenerative world. But what does regenerative thinking mean? The truth is that it is there is not a clear definition. However, to put it simply, we can think of “green” as doing less harm, “sustainable” as doing no harm, and “regenerative” as doing some good.