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Learn about, contribute to, advocate for and invest in regenerative solutions to improve our planet.
Thank you to everyone who has joined the Regeneration! Together, we have achieved some pretty awesome things.Activate Your Plan
Thank you to the 2040 community for all of your support, action, advocacy and contribution! Since the film was released, the Regeneration community have come together and achieved so much to realise the solutions in the film and take action on climate change.
#JointheRegeneration by activating your personalised action plan now.
Together, we can help tell a better story for our planet and all living systems.Activate Your Plan
Is your business or organisation ready to take action on climate change? Or grow its commitment?Learn More
We have launched a new corporate program to encourage businesses to lead on climate, embed sustainable practices and environmentally-friendly behaviours in the workplace, and inspire climate action.
The program enables you to screen 2040 - digitally or physically - and provides a range of tools to empower your business to start or continue your climate action journey. From a climate action toolkit through to special Q & A events, an impact workshop with the 2040 team and storytelling opportunities, take the opportunity to build your own engagement program.
For bookings and to learn more, visit: whatsyour2040.com/corporate
Together, we can make climate change everyone’s business 🌏 🌿Learn More
Switch your search engine to Ecosia and see how many trees you can plant.Switch to ecosia
Ecosia is a free search engine that uses at least 80% of its surplus income to finance reforestation and conservation projects around the world. Switch your search engine and see how many trees you can plant. Since the release of 2040, the 2040 Regeneration community have generated 1,386,447 searches on Ecosia, resulting in 19,789 trees planted! If you haven't already, switch to Ecosia via ecosia.co/2040 and #JointheRegenerationSwitch to ecosia
Educating girls and empowering women slows population growth and leads to less pressure on resources.Support girls education Learn more about this solution
The evidence is clear that empowering women and girls with education, access to reproductive health services and work opportunities can give them a better quality of life and have an enormous impact on the planet.
Educating a girl not only has the potential to change her life - it also changes communities and impacts future generations. Educated girls become empowered women who can make choices about family planning. The UN predicts that if 98 million more girls were able to complete their education, it would mean 1.1 billion fewer people on the planet.
Help CAMFED reach their target of supporting one million more girls through school by 2020 by:
Making a single or monthly donation 👉 https://go.camfed.org/2040
Fundraising at your school 👉 https://camfed.org/get-involved/fundraise/fundraise-at-school/
Fundraising at your workplace 👉 https://go.camfed.org/2040_Work_Fundraising
Just USD $150 can send a girl to school for a year!Support girls education Learn more about this solution
What if we could reduce CO2 in the atmosphere, restore health to the planet and secure our future food supply all that the same time? Well, we can!join Carbon 8 Learn more about this solution
What if we could reduce CO2 in the atmosphere, restore health to the planet and secure our future food supply all that the same time? Well, we can! Regenerative agriculture is a system of farming and grazing practices that can reverse climate change by building healthy, biologically-diverse and mineral-rich soils, all the while sequestering carbon from the atmosphere. Global soils contain 2 to 3 times more carbon than the atmosphere. Project Drawdown, has estimated that regenerative agricultural could remove an astonishing 23.15 gigatons of CO2 from our atmosphere by 2050! All the while making our soils healthier and our food more nutritious. It’s a win-win for people and the planet!
Carbon8 is a not for profit that supports farmers to increase the carbon in their soil by helping them transition to regenerative agriculture practices and access financial incentives. This will help us reverse global warming by drawing down carbon from the atmosphere, supporting farming in the transition, healing our soils by pumping it with carbon and improving its natural capacity to retain water, and ultimately benefiting our food systems by making our food more nutritionally rich.
"One person, through a donation of $8 a month, can sequester over 1000 tonnes of CO2 per year and offset 80 people who aren't helping yet.” - Mike McCosker
Sign up to Carbon 8 today to help farmers put carbon back into our soil.join Carbon 8 Learn more about this solution
Damon had the opportunity to visit Brian and the University of Tasmania project team in December last year and it was such a thrill to see baby kelp bred in the lab now growing on test lines at the field site.Learn more about this solution
Marine permaculture is a regenerative solution that sequesters carbon and restores balance to our oceans. We teamed up with the Intrepid Foundation, the University of Tasmania and the Climate Foundation to launch Australia's first seaweed platform in Storm Bay near Hobart.
Damon had the opportunity to visit Brian Von Herzen and the University of Tasmania project team in December last year and it was a thrill to see baby kelp bred in the lab now growing on test lines at the field site. You can see it for yourself in the video!
Thank again to everyone who embraced the potential of seaweed as a natural climate solution and contributed to the crowdfunding campaign.Learn more about this solution
— Environmental Activist
Uplifting, charming and inspiring.
— Lead Negotiator of the Paris Climate Agreement
A most compelling blend of futuristic vision and current reality. Let yourself be inspired.
It’s the kind of film that you feel could make a startling difference if the people in power who could implement change get to see it. Even if they don’t, there’s plenty to be learned at a grassroots level.
— The Sydney Morning Herald
Engaging, persuasive and urgent, it’s an exercise in what you might call muscular hope.
We have partnered with the curriculum experts at Cool Australia to build a comprehensive package of units of work for upper primary and secondary. These free lesson plans are learning recipes for teachers that utilise short clips from the film to support classroom learning, providing step-by-step instructions, student workshops and engaging content.
"We interviewed over 100 children from around the world for 2040 and asked them what their hopes and dreams were for the future. It is a world they will be inheriting from us so we have to show them that solutions exist, that there are people who care deeply about their future, and that wonderful careers await with genuine purpose and meaning."
- DAMON GAMEAU
Visit the "Resources for Teachers" page and sign-up to our Schools Mailing list to learn more about opportunities for schools and to receive updates on when localised curriculum resources will be available in your country.
Schools in Australia and New Zealand can now order the Schools Version of the 2040 DVD!Click here to order
How to make real change: ‘2040' battles climate crisis with hope and facts.Read more
Damon Gameau's documentary is an accessible, informative and optimistic look at solutions to the climate crisis.Read more
Damon Gameau Takes On The Climate Crisis In Hopeful Documentary ‘2040’Read more
Lockdown won’t save the world from warming, but the pandemic is an opportunity to pursue a green economic recovery.The Guardian
Southern California Edison – the primary electricity supplier for much of Southern California – has signed seven contracts for 770MW worth of battery-based energy storage intended to replace ageing natural gas plants set to retire as soon as possible.Renew Economy
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