Sessions were focused on Urgency, Resilience and Collective Action as the event’s three pillars.
In light of all the uncertainty caused by the pandemic, Regeneration Canada was determined more than ever to bring the regenerative community together to facilitate discussions about the best ways to regenerate our ecosystems and become more resilient.
To ensure the safety of the community, the decision was made to cancel the in-person Symposium scheduled in March 2020. It was transformed into a virtual experience over a period of 2 weeks, which gathered 800 people.
- 13 panels or keynotes
- 6 campfires
- 3 workshops
The week following the virtual Living Soils Symposium,
Regeneration Canada co-hosted the first 4p1000 North American Regional Meeting. The goal of the meeting was to elaborate a regional roadmap of concrete action on the ground, for storing carbon in the soils with the help of agriculture and forestry. Here are some materials to summarize the event: