The Award-Winning Regenesis Project

The Regenesis Project is a family-run learning centre, ‘living lab’ and Ecosystem Restoration Camp, showcasing methods to transform degraded and disaster-torn landscapes, based on 17 hectares of land in the Philippines’ famous Chocolate Hills.

Over the last two decades, the Philippines has seen more than 20 tropical storms, all with increasing frequency and intensity and often hitting previously unaffected areas. In addition, years of slash-and-burn practices and illegal logging have cut vast areas from diverse forest to single species ...


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