An artist’s impreesion of a ReGen Village, a sustainable neighbourhood where families produce their own food, generate their own power and contribute community labour. Image: ReGen Villages Holding An artist’s impreesion of a ReGen Village, a sustainable neighbourhood where families produce their own food, generate their own power and contribute community labour. Image: ReGen Villages Holding
An artist’s impreesion of a ReGen Village, a sustainable neighbourhood where families produce their own food, generate their own power and contribute community labour. Image: ReGen Villages Holding

‘The Tesla of eco-villages’: Silicon Valley entrepreneur’s optimistic vision for sustainable, resilient 21st century communities

  • James Ehrlich was close to building first ReGen Village, a sustainable community practising organic farming and circular waste management, before coronavirus
  • Silicon Valley entrepreneur believes now is the moment to implement his vision, and he has a supporter in Asia in Hong Kong eco-hotels developer Andrew Jones

Topic |   Architecture and design
An artist’s impreesion of a ReGen Village, a sustainable neighbourhood where families produce their own food, generate their own power and contribute community labour. Image: ReGen Villages Holding An artist’s impreesion of a ReGen Village, a sustainable neighbourhood where families produce their own food, generate their own power and contribute community labour. Image: ReGen Villages Holding
An artist’s impreesion of a ReGen Village, a sustainable neighbourhood where families produce their own food, generate their own power and contribute community labour. Image: ReGen Villages Holding
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