This article reports on a recent meeting on the island of Langeland in Denmark aimed at promoting regional development education and learning from inspirational models for regional economic development. Among the participants were many long-term friends of the Findhorn Foundation Community.
Bioregional regeneration, relocalisation of regional economies, and the third wave of eco-social innovation prototypes pioneered in Denmark.
“I have just come back from a meeting on the island of Langeland in Denmark. I sense that meeting might somewhat gain in significance over time, when we begin to see with hindsight that a transformative innovational impulse gained in intensity at that point and contributed to a process of cultural transformation in ways that we will end up giving historic importance to. Waves of transformative innovation in cultural patterns are more defined when we see them play out over time. Maybe that meeting will one day be considered as an important impulse in a third wave of eco-social innovation rippling out from the small nation of Denmark?” ~ Daniel Wahl, Findhorn Fellow and author of Designing Regenerative Cultures
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