Create Initiative: Initiative:ECOLISE

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What is a Initiative profile

An Initiative profile is the first step for you, as a potentially transformative change-maker collective, to participate in the Regenerative Knowledge Commons.

The Main section contains:

  • a few required fields, such as brief description, email, associated localities, organization and membership types and page curator(s);
  • a summary of key relations and description of practice are provided here as well;
  • optionally there is also the ability to display multiple images, any relevant links (websites, social media, other affiliations), full social-entity name, start/end dates, a longer description, motivation for participating in RKC and legal structure (if any);

Other tabs contain:

  • and, Playlists & More section that provides a space to organize:
    • frequently used patterns and interventions
    • narratives about one's Initiative,
    • and essence entries for this Initiative from any RKC participant.


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Description (brief): *   What is essential and unique about your Initiative? Keep it tight, light, playful even...
Collective Structure: *   How is your Initiative organized?
Membership Type(s): *   What kind of members does your Initiative have? (choose all that apply):
Email:*
Localities: *   The local mapable place(s) where your Initiative works from.
Associated Localities:

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Curator(s): *   Chose a Person or Persons responsible for tending to this page.
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About Extended Tab...

The Extended tab allows for legal structure (if any); current resourcing scheme; vision, mission, aims; and, organizational cohesion, a longer description of collective, motivation for participating in RKC and any relevant links (websites, social media, other affiliations).
Images Other:   Some images of your Initiative... needless to say, fun is welcomed, AND keep it clean. Upload file
Description (longer):   Tell others about what your Initiative is about...
Motivation:   Say something about why your Initiative is participating here?

Relevant Links:

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About Relations Tab...

The Relations tabs contains two critical features that serve to connect this collective to Social-Entities it is related to and/or this collective to Ecosystems (Communities-of-Place or Communities-of-Practice) it is participating in.


These are a both generative fields, in that a new entry can prompt the creation of a new Social-Entity or Ecosystem page respectively, using red links.


Associated Initiatives:

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Communities of Practice:

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Communities of Place:

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About Practice Tab...

The Practice tab enables Initiatives to display a more detailed profile about the kind of systems change they work towards in the world. It allows individual RKC participants who are aspiring or existing regenerative practice, to describe the regenerative dimension of their practice.


RKC is, above all, a developmental space and acknowledges that we are all a work-in-progress--microcosms of the systems we desire to evolve.


RKC welcomes all change-makers aspiring to regenerate their initiatives, their thinking and practice in order that we may collectively bring about truly transformative ecosocial change.


Practice Status:   Everyone in the field of regenerative practice is on a pathway-- a trajectory of co-learning... Where is your Initiative roughly on this pathway?
Degree of Regenerative:   To what degree have you been able to viably integrate regenerative work into your Initiative?
Geographic Reach:   How would you identify the "scale" of spaces your Initiative works in?
A village, town, neighborhood, rural area, urban centre, suburb, etc., typically on a human scale.
Some larger continuous geographic area, with a clear sense of ecological and/or cultural coherence, that encompasses multiple localities.
Via regional, national, international and/or transnational network(s), movement(s), communities of practice.
Online only.
Area(s) of Work:
Material phenomena: living systems, built environments, tools and technology.
Subjective phenomena: consciousness, spirituality, self-awareness, inner transition, personal development and resilience.
Collective structures and processes: culture, ethics, communication, social technologies, decision-making, collaboration, conflict, economic relationships.
Expression of Purpose:   Ha! Good luck with this one... (just kidding). Give it a go, please let us know if something essential for you is missing.
Stakeholder Type(s):   Identify what types of stakeholders your Initiative works with... once again if something is missing, please let us know.
Describe Regenerative:   This word means many different things to many different folks. What does regenerative mean for your Initiative?
Description of Practice:   Tell us what is unique about your Initiative's regenerative practice...
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About Vocation Tab...

The Organization tab enables Initiatives to display a more detailed profile about the kind of work they do, including: current resourcing scheme; vision, mission, aims; and, organizational cohesion.

The Organization tab invites participants who are aspiring towards or engaged in existing regenerative practice to describe where they are.

RKC is, above all, a developmental space and acknowledges that we are all a work-in-progress--microcosms of the systems we desire to evolve.

RKC welcomes all change-makers aspiring to regenerate themselves, their thinking and practice in order that we may collectively bring about truly transformative ecosocial change.


Full Name:   Full Initiative name, if different from page name.
Start Date:   The date the Initiative came into being (if not exact, approximate).
End Date:   The date the Initiative ceased being, if any (if not exact, approximate).
Legal Structure:   What is the Initiative's legal structure, if any?
Resourcing:   Say something about your Initiative's current resourcing scheme--how do you fund your work?
Vision, Mission, Aims:   Say something about why your Initiative is participating here?
Cohesion:   What is the glue that keeps your Initiative together?
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About Patterns Tab...

The Patterns tab allows for the compilation of an organizational playlist of frequently-used Patterns--practices, processes, frameworks, tools, capacities, livelihoods and any other elements of transformative action.

Pattern is a generative field, in that a new entry can prompt the creation of a new Pattern page, using a red link.


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About Interventions Tab...

The Interventions tab allows for the compilation of a Initiative playlist of frequently-used Interventions--unique instances of potentially transformative actions.

Interventions derived from Patterns, stand a better chance to be transformative. The aim is for our Interventions to be well-conceived, context-specific and consciously applied.

Intervention is a generative field, in that a new entry can prompt the creation of a new Intervention page, using a red link.


Associated Interventions:

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About Narratives tab...

The Narratives tab enables Initiatives to create relevant narrative elements about themselves, such as stories, descriptions, past experiences, and happenings.


Associated Narratives:

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About Essence Tab...

The Essence tab allows for anyone in RKC (including members of collective) to comment on what makes you unique along three different dimensions:
  • Aliveness: What energizes a collective that really makes it come alive, beyond the functional of everyday existence.
  • Offering: The unique value a collective offers in order to bring a higher-order of viability and vitality to, or evolve a particular system they are working to transform (this is context specific).
  • Potential: A tendency in a collective that it is continually striving to manifest into existence.

Over time, this feature can offer deeper insights to what each collective as a whole brings to this co-creative space.


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