<aside> 👋 This resource exists to help DAO Operators build towards regenerative relationships with people, planet, and prosperity.
⚠️ This is V1 (maybe even V0.5), so if you’re interested in getting involved, please join us here
We’re helping organisations to build regenerative relationships with people, planet and profit - we believe good growth only exists with consciousness, consideration and positive action towards each of these three elements.
Below, our Community and web3 frens have curated the best resources, tools, frameworks and more to help guide you towards regenerative relationships. We highlight three significant steps:
First, to be aware, acknowledge and take active steps to minimise the current or potential future harm that may come from your current relationships with people and planet.
Second, to consider how you can give more than you take, to have a positive impact in any relationships you have.
And third, to ensure any relationship you engage in, with people or planet, adds capacity to that system so that it can prosper long after you’re gone.
How it works ✨
Where should i start 🤔
I need more help ✋
<aside> 💡 SUGGEST NEW RESOURCE
<aside> <img src="https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/secure.notion-static.com/efbdba28-fa59-4a6c-acf5-6ab82c45c61f/Group_13relationships.png" alt="https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/secure.notion-static.com/efbdba28-fa59-4a6c-acf5-6ab82c45c61f/Group_13relationships.png" width="40px" /> Minimising harm is considered the very least an organisation should do to address its relationship with people and the planet. We believe that acknowledgement of the existing harm caused or the future potential of harm caused, is the first step in building regenerative relationships. The best version of this is to design business models and relationships to minimise impacts in the first place.
<aside> <img src="https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/secure.notion-static.com/a699a2a6-cac2-4d73-8fd3-53eacae4e6d4/Group_14relationships.png" alt="https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/secure.notion-static.com/a699a2a6-cac2-4d73-8fd3-53eacae4e6d4/Group_14relationships.png" width="40px" /> We define doing good as designing business models that have no harm and in addition have positive impacts. This is also known as net-positive, often used in reference to the environment.