Ecology & Regeneration

The purpose of the Ecology & Regeneration discipline within the NewEarth University School of Socio-Economics & Ecology is simple: To facilitate a planetary ecological renaissance by supporting humankind in rediscovering its connection with nature.

Accordingly we conduct research and development in principles and practices which support all in this transformational journey – to once again walk on the earth with radiant health, justness, and wisdom as conscious co-creators and peaceful bringers of a new and enlightened society.  More specifically the NEU fellows, faculty members, staff and affiliates:

  • Conduct research and development in principles and practices in sustainable living including: global change ecology, ecosystems functioning and stability, species interactions and biodiversity, Permaculture, Agroforestry, high performance ecologic, bio-dynamic and aquaponic systems for agriculture, mycology, composting techniques, use of beneficial micro-organisms to regenerate the soil’s life and purify the waters, efficient and creative systems to recycle gray waters and all kinds of materials, compost toilets and others
  • Provide consultancy and design-planning services for projects and initiatives that seek to protect, preserve, and regenerate the planetary biosphere
  • Conduct site impact assessments and analyses of proposed development projects
  • Support related initiatives (like the Arks of Fire) which endeavor to increase the presence of Nature and food gardens within the heart and surrounding urban environments, promoting a participation of the neighborhood
  • Support and cross-pollinate the reintroduction of appropriate ancestral/shamanic practices and medicines that have been determined to facilitate the expansion of consciousness and our re-alignment with the laws of Nature.



  • Continue to support the Arcs of Fire Initiative, a Revolution for Global Regeneration
  • Continue development of toolkit resources to support NewEarth Havens and Nationals in applying ecological and restorative practices in their lives and communities
  • Develop, conserve, and nurture a Worldwide SeedBank
  • Research and develop a scientifically-sound framework for our ecosystem’s restoration, aimed at increasing biological diversity and ecosystem resilience
  • Study & report on Homa-Farming’s potential to improve environmental conditions in anthropogenic and natural landscapes mainly aimed at organic, biologic, and biodynamic, food and fiber production (e.g. permaculture, organic farming)

For more information visit the NEU School of Socio-Economics & Ecology resources section for the discipline of Ecology & Regeneration: