About Ecocivilisation

We have a dream! As co-creators of the Ecocivilisation Movement, we nurture a shared vision and actively pursue its realization. A collective dream is unfolding—a vision of a new civilization that resonates with an increasing number of us. We feel it, sense it, manifesting it. The time has come for a new level of harmony with the Planet, the Universe, ourselves, and our fellow humans.
Together, we reassess the structures through which we cultivate values and fulfill our purpose. We realign our actions and responsibilities, striving for transparency, transformation, and inclusivity. Mutual support guides us in embodying what feels right, fostering a sustainable and cooperative co-existence. Our focus is on capacity building, resilience, adaptation, and the pursuit of our collective dream.

“Ecocivilisation” refers to a societal model that integrates ecological sustainability and environmental harmony as fundamental principles in the development of human civilisation.

It  represents a holistic approach to societal development that places the well-being of the planet at the core of human endeavours. It envisions a harmonious coexistence between humanity and the planet, recognizing that the health and prosperity of both are intertwined.

We focus on capacity building, resilience, adaptation and collective dream.

The Paradigm

We are challenged to live in a VUCA (Volatile, Uncertain, Complex, Ambiguous) and RUPT (Rapid, Unpredictable, Paradoxical, Tangled) world. It will be essential for our civilisation to develop collective intelligence which allows individuals to flourish at their full potentials, harnessing the collective and serving the genuine needs of progressive societies, locally and globally.

We are invited to learn from our past and imagine the future we want to live. It is time to raise awareness for evolutionary consciousness and engage withing the newly recognised reality.

A Civilisation

A civilization is generally defined as an advanced state of human society containing highly developed forms of government, science, culture, industry, and common social norms.

Civilisations are often responsible for their own decline. However, their self-destruction is usually assisted. The theory of “normal accidents” suggests that complex technological systems regularly give way to failure.

Ecocivilisation Movement

This is a purpose-driven disruptive cluster, inviting us to unite in a respectful, collaborative endeavour aimed at safeguarding our planet as an ecological haven within our galaxy.

This commitment involves embracing inclusion, empathy, and diversity at its core, nurturing universal knowledge and wisdom to foster expansive collaborative ecosystems.This approach seeks to uplift societies by harmonizing with the Laws of Nature and the profound resonance of Love.

Models of Ecocivilisation

Ecocivilisation is based on a model of a possible new social structure that focuses on the fundamental pillars of humanity and the planet we call our home – planet Earth. It focuses on beings, spaces, communities, consciousness, and relationships as connecting dynamic structures that sustain the development of life.

Closer look of Models of Ecocivilisation

Model of Sustainable Development - Nature 123

Models of Sustainable Cohesion (MSC)

Business Evolution

8+1 Business Relationships

Evolution of the Order

Models of sustainable development

Doughnut Economy

The Doughnut Economy, proposed by economist Kate Raworth, presents a visionary model that strives to balance social and environmental imperatives. The “doughnut” symbolizes the space within which humanity can thrive, encompassing social necessities like health, education, and gender equality while respecting planetary boundaries.
By avoiding ecological overshoot and ensuring basic human needs are met, this model offers a comprehensive framework for sustainable development. Policymakers and businesses are guided to navigate a path that respects both the social foundation and the ecological ceiling. The Doughnut Economy challenges the conventional pursuit of endless growth and advocates for a regenerative and distributive economic system that prioritizes well-being and fairness for all within the limits of our planet’s resources.

Circular Economy

The Circular Economy is a transformative model that challenges the traditional “take, make, dispose” linear approach to production and consumption. At its core, this model seeks to eliminate waste by fostering a closed-loop system where resources are continually reused, refurbished, remanufactured, and recycled.
By prioritizing longevity and durability, products and materials retain their value, significantly reducing the environmental impact associated with constant extraction and disposal. Circular Economy principles encourage sustainable design, efficient resource use, and the development of innovative business models that prioritize sustainability. This approach not only benefits the environment by minimizing resource depletion and pollution but also stimulates economic growth through the creation of green jobs and the establishment of resilient, circular supply chains.

Regenerative Economy

The Regenerative Economy represents a paradigm shift in sustainable development, transcending the goal of mere environmental preservation. This model recognizes the interconnectedness of ecological, social, and economic systems and aims to actively restore and revitalize them.
By prioritizing regenerative practices such as regenerative agriculture, renewable energy sources, and circular systems, this model seeks to enhance natural capital, biodiversity, and community well-being. Regenerative approaches go beyond sustainability by actively contributing to the rehabilitation of ecosystems and fostering a harmonious relationship between human activities and the Earth’s capacity to regenerate itself. This model encourages businesses and communities to become stewards of their environments, understanding that positive impact is not only possible but essential for creating a thriving and resilient global society.
Would you like to contribute an idea or learn more about the Ecocivilisation movement?

Get in touch with us!