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The Regenerative List

The future of the planet lies in the hands of young people. The ones whose voices are often shouted over by older and more powerful figures. In time, that state of affairs will change, but the reality is that people can learn from giving generation Z the chance to voice their opinions now. Shouldn’t those in power be listening to them, and planning ahead?

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If you’re between the ages of 14 and 29, and are working on a progressive, original idea that commands more attention, then here’s your chance to get the recognition you deserve. Introducing The Regenerative List: a new project that highlights 100 pioneering talents from across the globe that not only flaunts their excellence, but offers them tangible help.

Whether you’re well versed in activism, a budding artist, an app developer, a teacher or even balancing your bright idea with studying still, The Regenerative List aims to take a bunch of the most promising talents and assist them in achieving everything they’re capable of.

100 of those who submit their ideas will be selected and profiled on The Regenerative List’s website. 75 will be featured in The Regenerative Report, which unpacks ways in which we can live sustainably, in a scheme supported by Gucci. 25 will be matched with a specially selected mentor, who will help them with everything from funding to professional guidance. Then, a selected five will become part of The Regenerative Challenge – a UN-supported programme that will link up five young innovative creators with world leaders, schooling them in how to make change. Read the full article HERE


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