Contribute Your Story
Third Horizon Earth exists to enable regenerative pioneers to share and accelerate knowledge and practice among peer practitioners. Organizations and individuals, small and large and no matter your sector, from civil society, to government, to business, and finance are included.
3HE helps to frame and sharpen transformation stories to ensure that reach across disciplines and models getting them to the community, helping others learn from your experience and share the innovative approaches you and colleagues are developing that the world should know about.
We seek cases, stories, projects, and presentations on systemic innovation for regeneration. There are many potential forms that such contributions could take, such as:
- Case studies including business and collaborative models, to cross-sectoral collaborations among diverse actors, to bio-regional, and intentional community creations.
- Research or practical learning that does not necessarily reflect systemic innovation in itself, but has the potential to change the way systemic innovators work or think, and is contextualized in its systemic, regenerative context.
- Theoretical contributions, grounded in the field. We look for ideas that go beyond opinion and build up and in relation to other emerging thinking in the field or in other disciplines.
- Opinions, grounded in experience or anchored to current or historical discourse on regeneration, sustainability, etc.
- Art and expressive works. These may be shared as stand-alone pieces or as illustrations for written pieces, as agreed with creators.
As a curated space, 3HE accepts contributions that editors believe meet standards of quality, cross-disciplinary and systemic analysis, and originality. 3HE does not compensate contributors financially.
We welcome original and previously published work. With 3HE you remain the owner of your work. We publish under creative commons license, Attribution-Share alike, CC BY-SA
If you would like to consider contributing an analytic or artistic contribution you can consult our draft terms of reference.
- Terms of Reference for an Analytic Contribution. [pdf]
- Terms of Reference for an Expressive Contribution. [pdf]
Please note that these TORs are indicative only, and are adapted specifically to meet the needs of each contributor / contribution.
If you would like to discuss a contribution contact us at email@example.com.