Blueprint is an alliance of organisations and individuals collaborating on integrated design solutions for regenerative human settlements - inspired by the ground-breaking work of Paulo Mellett.

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We are at the confluence of resource depletion, climate instability and economic inequality where we all need solutions for regenerative living. The global refugee situation offers a chance to direct the potential of these solutions towards this pressure point of our time; serving some of the people most in need today.

The project in Nepal started from a need to see a more integrated whole-systems response to the rebuilding efforts after the 2015 earthquake.

Through the relief agency ACTED International, Magnus Wolfe Murray, spent several weeks visiting Lebanon, observing and assessing the situation in order to give recommendations on improving local resilience, as well as designing a programme for an EU funding proposal. The project responds to an EU call for proposals to address food security and livelihoods which are both...

Project Goal: Introduction of modules for a regenerative design of regional autonomy in the areas of water, food and energy.

A donation from Lush Charity Pot North America supported the Blueprint Experiment Week, August 2015 in Southern Portugal. The purpose of the Blueprint Experiment Week was to explore the synergistic effects of different fields of expertise and experts in offering solutions to meet our basic needs. The main objectives of our time together were to:

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