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Net regenerative regional development: implementation in the master planning stage of a 680 hectares case study

D Hes, A STEPHAN, S Moosavi, J Zuo (ed.), L Daniel (ed.), V Soebarto (ed.)

The Architectural Science Association and The University of Adelaide | Published : 2016

Abstract

A positive vision for the future of humanity can be the basis for a needed change, a vision of opportunity, abundance and the potential for thriving. Regenerative development can provide a pathway towards this vision. Case studies are beginning to show that when applied, the concepts underpinning regenerative development can accelerate a transition to more equitable, sustainable, post fossil carbon societies. Net Regenerative Regional Development (NRRD) is development that supports the health and vitality of a region through mutually beneficial relationships between all the stakeholders and flows of the system. Though in its infancy in application, NRRD is based on the accumulation of millen..

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