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The Regeneration Magazine highlights creatives, thinkers, artists, and entrepreneurs who are making waves in the environmental movement and changing the conversation about climate change. The publication offers something that traditional media outlets do not when it comes to covering the climate crisis: hope.

The biannual magazine, available in digital or print, showcases the good news when it comes to climate change, namely the work of real people doing real work right now to solve the climate crisis. The publication fills a dearth of inspiring and informative content on climate change.

While politicians, interest groups, corporations, and entire countries clash and drag their feet on climate change mitigation, lesser-known individuals are on the ground right now finding and working towards solutions. Their stories provide context, humanity, and tangibility to climate change, a problem that for many feels foreign, confusing, and not of their concern.

Exclusive profiles and interviews of leaders and entrepreneurs incorporating ecology into their projects and businesses serve as The Regeneration’s literary backbone. These pieces provide readers with the knowledge, inspiration, and tools needed to take action themselves. Additional creative content such as art, poetry, and photography offers an intellectual reprieve from the daily onslaught of negative and dramatic climate change coverage.

By reframing climate change as an opportunity for positive social change, this social enterprise will not only give the environmental movement a voice but will inspire its readers to join as well.

Issue No. 4 of The Regeneration Magazine will be published this winter. The theme will be green energy and politics. See below if you are interested in contributing.

Our Team

The Regeneration Magazine is created by a small dedicated team all along the East Coast of the United States, from New York City down to Virginia. We work with a talented team of collaborators and contributors to create each volume of The Regeneration. 

Kyle Calian
Founder & Creative Director

Kyle Calian is the founder of the Regeneration Magazine, interviewing people creating a better planet. From permaculture to graphic design, Kyle is passionate about all things environment and social innovation, hunting down solutions that make better communities and regenerate our soil. He also has two earth tattoos and a recycling tattoo and hopes to one day go skiing with Leonardo DiCaprio.

Davis Burroughs IV
Co-Founder and Editor in Chief

Davis brings over five years of professional experience in writing and environmental work to The Regeneration. Most recently Burroughs worked as a journalist at Morning Consult, where he reported on federal energy policy from inside the U.S. Capitol building, interacting with members of Congress daily to dissect the nation’s most pressing energy and environmental issues.


Ashley Goetz
Lead Editor

Ashley is a web writer for the Smithsonian's National Zoo and Conservation Biology Institute, where she writes about the science of saving species. Ashley earned a bachelor's degree in public communication with a minor in marine biology from American University in 2012. Prior to joining the Smithsonian, she was a content developer/writer for the National Aquarium. In her downtime, you can find Ashley curled up with her two cats, crocheting and watching reruns of The Office. 

Bailey Edelstein
Staff Editor

Bailey is a multimedia storyteller based in Park City, Utah. When she's not outside rock-climbing, enjoying a fresh powder day on skis, hiking, or photographing, she's working on social media and outreach for the National Ability Center, a non-profit that provides adaptive outdoor recreation for people with disabilities.

 

Anna van der Heijden
Operations Coordinator

Anna an aspiring journalist and occasional graphic designer. Writing is what makes her happy, especially when it is about topics I find important and interesting. She has previously worked as a writer and freelance designer for ELUXE Magazine, the first sustainable luxury magazine.  She is currently working on her MA in Magazine Writing at New York University. 



Michael Greenberg
Financial Director

Michael Greenberg is the financial and legal guru as well as the resident Editor-at-Large of The Regeneration. With a background in numbers and legalese, Michael enjoys uniting these practical skills with his passions for writing and the environment. As he makes the transition from law student to studio production coordinator, he is looking forward to finally getting his hands dirty.

 

Danielle Shephard
Contributing Optimist

Danielle Shepard is a Social Designer and sustainability strategist with 10 years of experience in media production and project management. She is intent on using design-thinking to improve the current state of our environment and believes if we all heard more about the wonderful work that’s already out there, we’d all feel and do a whole lot better.


Mary Madison Andrews
Content Development Intern

Mary Madison is an environmental science student at the University of Mary Washington and one of our marketing and fundraising interns. She has been obsessed with the natural world from an early age which has led to work on environmental projects from her hometown of Richmond to the West Indies. Her dream is to grow up to be like the Lorax and speak for the trees.

Kaitlyn Depew
Marketing Intern

Kaitlyn is studying marketing and psychology at the College of William and Mary. She’s a Richmond native and is interested in studying how people think and make decisions - then tailoring communication to best fit the psychological research. Kaitlyn is passionate about redirecting the conversation around climate change to focus on positive stories that inspire hope and equip the masses with the information and tools they need to create change movements. In her free time, you’ll find her playing piano, running, reading, or watching Mad Men on Netflix.

 

Contact Us 

For all questions, comments, and concerns: kyle@theregenerationmag.com

To view the submission guidelines click here.

To view our media kit click here.

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