Issue No.3 • A Regenerative Vision for the Fashion Industry

The Regeneration is more than just a magazine, it's a vision for a brighter and more interconnected future, where business can spearhead change and people can work together to regenerate the planet, rather than soil it. This spring, in Issue No. 3, we’re creating a fashion issue with a focus on regenerative fashion – from advocates to brands, we’re listening to your stories. Subscribe to get yours when it comes out.

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Interview Features

Paul Hawken


Summer Rayne Oakes

Entrepreneur, Model & Botanist

As an entrepreneur with a background in botany, Summer has been working 
on creative solutions that address a number of different environmental challenges. For the last 11 years, she has been flexing her green thumb in her 1,200-square-foot apartment in Brooklyn's Williamsburg neighborhood, where she grows over 500 plants. We talk to her about her horticulturist 
classes, the Foodstand app, and her sugar-free detox workshops.


Merijn Everaarts

CEO of Dopper

Dopper is a Cradle to Cradle, B-Corp water bottle company. Their mission is to reduce the amount of single-use plastic and to create a world where  everyone has access to safe drinking water. Our conversation focused on Merijn's personal transformation into social entrepreneurship, his journey building the only Cradle to Cradle certified water bottle, and his vision for the future as Dopper continues to expand across the globe. 


Dune Ives

Executive Director of
The Lonely Whale Foundation

As the former head of Paul Allen's Vulcan Philanthropy, Dune has designed and overseen change-making initiatives that address key drivers of environmental degradation and species decline. Dune holds her Ph.D. in Psychology, is co-founder of The Green Sports Alliance and an inaugural member of Al Gore’s The Climate Project. Dune and I sat down to discuss The Lonely Whale Project, #stopsucking and ways to prevent plastic from getting into our oceans. 


Sah D'Simone

Health & Mindfulness Teacher

From living in ashrams, monasteries, and retreat centers around the world, Sah has integrated his training and experiences to create a cohesive philosophy for optimal well-being. He teaches​ his methodology, the "Art & Science of Well-Being," around the world, from wellness events to corporate spaces to private one-on-ones. Sah and I discuss his work at the U.N. and the stress that people working on climate change issues encounter as well as some techniques that can help.


Katharine Wilkinson

Lead Writer for Project Drawdown

Katherine brings with her an interdisciplinary background that cuts across sustainability, strategy, and thought leadership. Previously, Katharine was Director of Strategy at the purpose consultancy BrightHouse. She has also taught at the University of Oxford and worked for the Natural Resources Defense Council and the Boston Consulting Group. Katherine and I talk about her work helping to bring Paul Hawken's vision to life, as she drives the project forward, forging partnerships around the world.


Chantal Plamondon

Co-Founder of Life Without Plastic

Chantal is Co-Owner and Co-Founder, along with her husband Jay, of the online eco-conscious store, Life Without Plastic. Chantal and I discuss her vision for Life Without Plastic as a company that provides the tools and products for people transitioning to a zero-waste lifestyle. Our conversation also touched upon some of the challenges she's faced in growing LWP as a sustainable company in a globalized world, from sourcing materials, to supply-chain management and shipping logistics. 

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