Our mission: support pioneering organisations to be regenerative forces in the world
It is clear that a new paradigm of organisational practice is emerging to meet the needs of today.
Organisations are being called to actively restore and improve the world around them.
Leading and pioneering organisations recognise this and are working to respond to this call.
We exist to support and accompany these organisations on the winding road to regenerative.
Meet our Founder
Hannah Temple is a recognised expert in the field of human rights and business. She has worked with many of the world’s largest organisations to practically implement human rights due diligence in line with the United Nations Guiding Principles across both their supply chains and their own operations.
Her experience has led her to work with a vast diversity of stakeholders, sectors and topics, helping organisations to grapple with the full spectrum of social, environmental and governance issues.
She has been invited to speak at and contribute to key forums in the sustainability, ethical business and human rights arenas, including the UN Global Compact Academy, Business Fights Poverty, Moodys Investors Services, Article 30 and the Ernst and Young Eco-Innovators Network.
She is a skilled facilitator, nature facilitator, systems thinker, trainer, strategist and analyst.
"I believe in the importance of having a radical vision for the future whilst acting pragmatically and practically in the present."
"Teal" refers to Frederic Laloux's work on organisational evolution which identifies "teal" organisations as those that act like ecosystems, a vital shift for organisations seeking to have a positive impact in the world.
"Co" stands for collective. We believe that all activities are enhanced when multiple and diverse points of view are involved. We work as a collective, drawing from a community of consultants and organisations to develop the right team for each project.
Our logo is a representation of mycelium, the network of fungal threads that facilitate the sharing of information and materials between plants and their environment. A reminder of the interconnected and reciprocal nature of all things