Beyond systems thinking 

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Designing Resilient Regenerative Systems (CAS ETH DRRS)

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About CAS#2 Beyond Systems Thinking

Deep-dive into complexity
Field design trip to emerging Living Systems Labs in Norway

This CAS is the second out of a series of three CAS, leading to the MAS Master of Advanced Studies ETH in Regenerative Systems. The CAS’ build upon each other but can be taken in isolation and in different order. Each CAS’ theoretical and language base is the respective MOOC#1-3.

In this CAS, we deep-dive into complexity and develop a critical understanding of systems. We learn what systems thinking entails, and how it can become a helpful habit. For example, the view from above contains techniques to deal with complexity, to zoom out of a system to zoom in on what matters most.

Living systems, non-linearity, emergence, interbeing – we gain compelling insights from various experts and relate the learning to real-world social-ecological challenges. The field design trip will take us to exciting real-world practice, and through physical embodiment we connect with place and our inner self.

We learn basics of social network analysis and how to measure and interpret structures in networks, to apply such for transformative resilience.

Inner resilience and development are part of our joint learning journey: how to enact uncertainty?

We acquire an applicable toolset such as through an extended look into circularity, from a circular economy to five types of circular flows. We learn about systemic intervention and innovation, how to nudge complex systems to transform, and with what “tools” this may be possible.

Status: The application phase is March-April 2024.*
Application period: 11.03.- 07.04.2024
Start: May 6th, 2024
Duration: 5 months part-time, with virtual teaching May-August ’24 and a final CAS deliverable at the end of September. Individual summer vacation weeks can be combined with the flexible program schedule.
Credit points: 12 ECTS
Format: Hybrid – virtual and flexible online (live) conversations, peer and community learning, place-based physical QUEST engagement, and one field design trip to Norway (physical and mandatory). Preconditions: DRRS MOOC#1 has to be done before the program starts. MOOC#2 has to be started with the application submission and finished by the beginning of June ’24.
Field design trip: 08.06.–16.06.2024 (June) to Norway
Tuition language: English
Program fee: CHF 8,230 (excl. own cost-share of the field design trip)
Further costs: Travel to/from Oslo/Norway for the design field trip and 50% of local expenses for food/accommodation to be covered individually. The majority of expenses is covered by the program.
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*) One month step-back buffer before the program starts.

Admission Criteria and Process

Why taking this course?

How to engineer living systems? How to enact non-linearity? How to build organic emergence and find inner ways to befriend uncertainty? What can systems thinking teach me to lead transformative innovation? How can I interpret social network structures to build community resilience, and to tap into windows of opportunities? What has social circularity to do with regeneration? How does post-activism interplay with serious games in living systems labs?

Knowledge systems evolve quickly. What we were taught once may not be the state of knowledge today. The idea of science is that we know more tomorrow than we do today. There exist other types of knowing we may have had no access to. Artificial intelligence is revolutionizing knowledge distribution.

We need to learn to unlearn, to be able to relearn. It is a process of personal growth. This opening and cross-wiring is supporting you on your personal QUEST – your interest, motivation and mission to be part of a network of creative weavers for bio-regional regeneration in complex systems.

Dive with us into the fascination and applicable skillsets beyond systems thinking.

A hybrid course setup as entry to DRRS

This CAS with its introducing MOOC is a hybrid program that you can study virtually from wherever you live, in a pace that you can combine with your professional and private life. The distinctive physical, in-person component adds the real-world facets with all their unmatched qualities to the flexible virtual part, and makes it hybrid.

The CAS rhythm

This is the second CAS counting towards the MAS (Master of Advanced Studies) ETH in Regenerative Systems.

To qualify for being accepted to this CAS, you must have finished MOOC#1 at the time of the submitted application and have at least started MOOC#2, in addition to the general requirements of the ETH School for Continuing Education.

Corresponding with MOOC#2, this CAS is organized in six thematic modules plus a seventh synthesis module. Each of these six CAS modules takes two weeks and is accompanied by your individual QUEST learning project.

After the first month of virtual live conversations, the course takes a field design trip to three emerging Living Systems Labs across Norway. This trip is mandatory to take in person.

After this field trip, the six modules organized in two weeks each include virtual live conversations with DRRS instructors and further guest speakers, in-depth virtual discussions, individual Quest coaching with external experts, and peer learning. The parallel physical activities are organized by yourself through executing and implementing DRRS methods and Quest-related steps with local partners in your own region. Considering individual vacation planning, longer breaks are scheduled during summer.

The flexibility of virtual learning is combined with two types of physical, in-person learning:

  • You are coached and nudged to develop your own peer-community, physically, where you live, including a direct exchange partner, ideally another program participant or a friend/colleague, and at least one partner from praxis, in relation to your QUEST and bio-regional transformation project to develop. You can also sign up as a team.
  • The block field design trip where the entire group meets physically in partnering Living Systems Labs and engages physically, intensively for 8 days, including outdoor activities such as a Systemic Cycles tour of multiple days.

At the end of this CAS, participants will be asked to submit a self-reflection of their QUEST in both textual and graphical form.

Course modules and themes

Introduction to the program, the learning cohort, your QUEST, the field design trip; recap of MOOC#1;

Module 1: (Critical) Systems thinking
Exploring Systems Thinking; Systems Thinking Culture & literacy; Iceberg model;

Module 2: Living systems
Living systems in evolutionary biology; unpredictability and emergence; leverage points; View from Above methodology; simplifying complexity; living systems labs;

Module 3: (Social) networks
Concepts of network analysis; analyzing and visualizing social networks; social-ecological networks; relational mapping;

Module 4: Resilience
Resilience Heuristics; defining Resilience; operationalizing Resilience; Resilience thinking; mountains as Resilience Antenna; Adaptive Wave framework and Resilient Networks; Inner Resilience & Inner Development Complexity, simplicity, reframing; weaving;

Module 5: Circularity
Framing of circularities; Circularity Gap Report; circularity examples across eight governance scales; 

Module 6: Systemic innovation
Navigating Systemic innovation; illustrations from praxis; Tools & practices for Systemic Innovation; post-activism; Serious Gaming; Livings Systems Labs;

A real-world immersion

After a course warm-up with the first three modules’ live conversations with invited experts, and the initiation of each participants’ personal QUEST project as learning navigation spine, we embark on the physical core of the CAS – the in-person field design trip.

The whole CAS cohort – maximum size 20 participants – meets for a one-week real-world immersion trip to Norway, the land of the midnight sun, from sea level via fjords to the mountains.

Oslo – a deep conversation on critical systems thinking

A main goal and beauty of this field immersion is to practice beyond systems thinking in various facets. We will start our trip in Norway’s capital Oslo and visit the Oslo School of Architecture and Design for a live conversation with Birger Sevaldson, author of “Designing Complexity”, about critical systems thinking, systems-oriented design and gigamapping. 

Hatching and social networks confrontation in a Nordic cultural setting

We then travel North to Hemsedal, a mountain community in its development navigating dynamic uncertainty. We, the DRRS team, have been engaging with Hemsedal and the local-regional “hatchery” economy project for some years, including social network analyses, mapping and visual dialogues – what is the current state of the community’s journey? What insights will be shared from various ways of enacting with the system at place and over time? We will iterate a systemic cycles day and confront the system with a social network mapping community event.

Systemic Cycles, bioregional foresight mapping and dirty hands in emerging living systems labs between fjords and midnight sun

The next location of our visit is the fjord region close to Trondheim. Here we participate in the joint development of a living systems lab with two different farms. We will develop a first systemic cycles tour for this region and lay the foundations for a bioregional systems map. We practice circular cross-scale design and support the farm owners with pathways visions and some “dirty hands” practice work.

Midsummer nights will make a felt ten days out of one week, and the fjord is inviting for refreshing baths.

Growing together as a professional learning community

From a social side, this in-person gathering is what a virtual and even a conventional classroom setting lacks – enacting complexity, embodying systems, growing together as a professional learning community with deeper connections, maybe even evolving friendships, time to exchange and best equipped for the following virtual collaborative learning period.

The field design trip is the time to connect as a cohort, to meet your peers, to build relations and trust with each other, with the DRRS team, and with further experts. It is our social preparation for the 2nd part of the virtual course, and the peer-learning and mentoring of the QUESTs.

Who are instructors?

We curate a rich and diverse learning community by ETH Zurich and partnering Universities’ faculty, with contributing thought leaders and experts in their fields who walk their talk.

University professors, designers, builders, politicians, mountain guides, consultants, entrepreneurs, architects, visionaries, PhD students – and yourself, as participant, in the form of learning tandems with regionally close colleagues. This overview is a living one and evolves with time. Further contributors join us continuously as the program evolves.

PhD. DRRS Progam Director. Professor, AHO Oslo. Co-founder, MonViso Institute. Grown Design. Mountain guide.

Justyna Swat

Architect Engineer. Design tutor and lab leader in Systemic Design. Founder of Tiny Labs.

Delfina Van Dittmar

PhD. Senior Researcher and lecturer. Biologist and Design Researcher.

Hayley Fitzpatrick

Architect, PhD candidate in Systemic Design, Design Associate.

Adrienne Grêt-Regamey

PhD. Professor and Head of Institute Planning of Landscape and Urban Systems PLUS.

Alexa Jedda Firmenich

Co-director of SEED Biodiversity indexing at Crowther Lab. Animist Investor. Founder, Lifeworlds Podcast.

Martin Schütz

Engineering Design lecturer. Bicycle frame engineer. Co-founder of Systemic Cycles.

Certified trainer in Mindful Self-Compassion, Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction, Awake in the Wild. Council Practice, Yoga.

Daniel Christian Wahl

PhD. Bio-regional weaver. Speaker. Educator. Autor of “Designing Regenerative Cultures”.

Eric L. Berlow

PhD. Social Impact Data scientist. Network scientist. Ecologist. TED Senior Fellow. Founder of

Nicolas Salliou

PhD. Senior Researcher. Participatory Environmental modeling, Serious Game design.

PhD. Professor and co-head of Transdisciplinarity Lab.

As well as:

  • Fritjof Capra, PhD, Center for Ecoliteracy, Berkeley CA
  • Jeremy Lent, Author, Liology Institute, Deep Transformation Network, CA
  • Birger Sevaldson, PhD, Professor AHO Oslo, NO
  • Ingrid Halland, PhD, Professor AHO Oslo, NO
  • Maja Göpel, PhD, author, transformation researcher, Germany
  • Philippe Vandenbroeck, ShiftN, Belgium, and ETH Zurich
  • Guillaume Habert, PhD, Professor in Sustainable Construction, ETH Zurich
  • Benjamin Marias, AIR coop, Vice-mayor of Annecy, co-founder of AIR collab, France
  • Romano Wyss, PhD, EPFL Lausanne, Wyss Conseil Scientifique
  • Sonia Kefi, PhD, Professor at Université de Montpellier
  • Andrés Edwards, Author of “Renewal”, EduTracks, California
  • Philipp Schneider, PhD, geo-hydrologist, mountain guide, Basel, CH
  • Eduard Willms, PhD, cell researcher, Netherlands
  • Michaela Emch, biomimicry practitioner, Eclosions, CH
  • Michelle Fehler, Naturefactor, Arizona State University, US
  • Deborah Bidwell, Biomimicry, College of Charleston, US
  • Andi & Gieri Hinnen, St. Gallen, CH

The new CAS as part of the planned MAS ETH in Regenerative Systems is specially developed for experienced professionals. How come?

In this new CAS, the theories, methods and illustrations of the established DRRS MOOC#1 are deepened and critically applied to participants’ individual professional experiences and QUESTs – through live dialogues with thought leaders, co-learning in groups, personal mentoring, and real-world immersion. 

As an experienced participant in this CAS, you enter your personal learning journey guided by your QUEST – your set of guiding questions related to your specific interest, motivation, drive, and goals – supported and mentored through DRRS staff, external experts, fellow students, and alumni.

This hybrid program between science, design and praxis offers these key benefits to you:

  • Update on the latest discourse and sense making in science
    Deep-dive into relational scientific discourse for its applicability to transformations towards regeneration.
  • Become expressive and creative like a designer
    By expressing intention through interactions and relationships, you acquire designerly praxis from various design disciplines, and practice creation in uncertainty.
  • Practically move things forward
    We practice regenerative design as part of established real-world laboratories and bio-regional learning centers. Together we share hands-on and rich professional support for your individual QUEST project from different geographies, climates, cultures, topographies, political systems and governance scales. 
  • Befriend uncertainty through personal development
    You acquire personal development tools for dealing with uncertainty. You learn to embrace complexity and dance with systems – through embodiment, flow and compassion you build organic emergence.
  • Weave relations and design for systemic innovation
    You practice weaving for leading transformation across scales of governance, applied by weaving practices to your own context. Students become teachers, and teachers become students. 
  • Expand and deepen your professional network and communities
    You extend your local, regional and global professional network, and develop strategic and practical impact towards your next professional future.
  • Get reach – become a teacher to thousands of learners
    As a DRRS alumni, you can provide your growing expertise, your QUEST progress, through the Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) series to all learners joining the program, and thus contribute with massive reach.
  • Be most cost effective to spur change from within
    From an employer’s perspective, supporting an employee or even a team of employees to engage in this program is the most effective and cost efficient way to build capacity and design for resilience and regeneration. DRRS supporting your employee’s QUEST to spur change from within your organization is considerably less expensive than hiring external consultants, if the output were ever comparable.
  • Enjoy a fun learning journey through innovative experiential didactics
    Virtual content nudges local, physical, social, outdoor experiential action, such as Systemic Cycles bike riding, Serious Game playing, View from Above flying and hiking, building and soiling, visual dialoguing and mapping. You will be highly inspired and motivated.
  • Finally – earn your ETH Zurich degree
    We place knowledge, experience, output and networks first in the list of benefits. Still, a professional degree certificate by ETH Zurich as a globally leading technical university is a key benefit for your future career path.

“Crises bear potential – we now have the opportunity to fundamentally redesign our societies, our economies, our lifestyles, our human-nature relation.”

Tobias Luthe, DRRS Program Director

Practical information

Please direct general administrative questions (e.g. documents formats, etc.) directly to the School for Continuing Education:

For content and community related inquiries please contact us.

Application process & documents

Administratively, the application process will be handled by ETH’s School for Continuing Education (SCE). The SCE will be able to address all technical questions and will organize the admissions and matriculation process.

In CAS#2, participants who must have successfully finished MOOC#2 are now invited to dive further into the themes of the modules, engage in additional content, extend the discourse, and relate the learnings to their individual QUEST. Important to note here is that the shared topical basis will exist through the MOOC to engage more deeply now, extend more critically, focus on specific aspects in relation with developing the QUEST.


Please apply through ETH’s online platform eApply. You will find a manual for the application via eApply here. The application process takes place fully online (incl. payment of the application fee).

Required documents

As part of your application, please be prepared to upload the following documents:

  • Certificate or screenshot of results (for non-​verified participants) of successfully finishing MOOC#1 and MOOC#2 (the latter should at least have been started at the time of application).
  • Written essay with graphical elements: reflect about your personal QUEST in the context of this study programme
  • Copy of diploma certificate and transcript (of records) of the highest or most relevant degree. Important: If not in German/French/Italian/English, then in original language and with certified German/French/Italian or English translation
  • Copy of passport or identity card: Scan of your passport valid for at least 6 months: only page with photo, name, date of birth, expiry date. CH/EU/EFTA citizens can also upload a copy of their valid identity card (front and back) if no passport is available
  • Completed and signed consent form

For an overview on the application process including contact information please visit this website of the School for Continuing Education. 

For a private person, the personal benefits of this program are clear – from personal development to being updated on the latest state of science to design tools and methods, to professional networks, an ETH degree and a concrete QUEST project implemented. One could not invest better in oneself, especially in times of nested crises.

For an employer, financing an employee this DRRS program is the most cost efficient and effective way to develop and integrate resilience and regeneration inhouse into the organization – leading to transformative impact from day one on. Groups and teams may apply with a group QUEST. We support interested candidates to find financial support from their employers or other institutions. Program payments are due by October 2023.

For anyone who is curious and open to do the best we can to cope with crises, to navigate complexity, to co-create more liveable futures. If you are a postdoc or a practitioner, if you studied science, engineering, design, architecture, economics, psychology, landscape or urban planning, if you are a politician or an entrepreneur, an employee in public services or an accountant: systems are relevant to anyone, and anyone is part of designing resilient regenerative systems.

In general, to be accepted to the ETH executive program, a Master degree or equivalent education has to be proven. For general administrative questions please see the overview page of the ETH School for Continuing Education (SCE).

For content related requirements please check the application overview just left of the FAQ section on this website. In addition to the SCE’s general criteria, you must have finished MOOC#1 and MOOC#2 (the latter should at least have been started at the time of application). You are also asked to submit a letter of motivation on your QUEST.

For taking the CAS, the ETH School for Continuing Education may accept a Bachelor degree. The Master module (MAS) will be granted only based on a previous Master’s degree, in general. However, practice experience counts as well. To discuss the pathway that fits for you, contact us via The final say is by the ETH School for Continuing Education who you can contact via

You are asked to submit a letter of motivation on your QUEST. The QUEST is related to your overall and also specific motivation to study DRRS, and to your more specific questions you may have related to studying again. You may ask yourself what you try to achieve with studying, what your aims are, formulating your curiosity – what would you like to learn, to gain, and what are your goals – professionally, and also related private goals? You can write this letter (in English) in a free format, with a minimum of 2500 characters and a maximum of about 5000 characters (one to two A4 pages about). You are asked to include a graphical component developed by yourself (e.g. a sketch as a visual summary) and a photo, so text, graphics and photo combined display your starting state of your motivation and set of questions – leading to your personal QUEST during this program.

Yes, MOOC#2 will be back online in February 2024, in self-paced mode. The proof of successful participation can still be provided after your application and admittance until the start of the CAS in May. Please note that you must also have completed MOOC#1 for admission to the course.

There is a maximum of 20 seats available per CAS, and we will offer each CAS every two years.

Please follow the instructions as shown on the eApply portal.

Yes, the MOOCs and CAS can be taken from anywhere—we have 100+ nations enrolled in this program. The more diverse, the better the fit. However, after the first three modules, you’ll need to participate in a one-week field trip to Norway in June.

The application window for the second CAS starting May ’24 is now open from March 11th to April 7th, 2024. One of the prerequisites to join the CAS is successful participation in MOOC#1 and MOOC#2. Both MOOCs are available in a self-paced mode. Content can be covered over the spring, and successful involvement has to be proven by the beginning of May at the latest.

Independent from the CAS, all MOOCs can be taken at any time once they are online and self-paced.

The content of MOOC#2, as well as MOOC#1, provides the basic framework and theory on which the CAS builds. It equips you with the basic knowledge and skills needed to successfully participate in the tasks and conversations to complete the CAS. See also the question below concerning the CAS’ added value.

Like the other two, this second CAS as part of the MAS in Regenerative Systems is planned biyearly, meaning the next chance to enter it after May ’24 is May ’26. If you miss this second CAS, the next opportunity to join the executive program is CAS#3 starting in fall ’24, provided you finish the MOOCs#1 – #3 by then.

As with the MOOCs, taking them in order 1-4 is not required, but participants who already took CAS#1 will be given priority in taking (future) CAS#2 and #3 so they can finish the (future) MAS in due time.

No. We study and co-learn with a professional focus on individual QUEST projects with direct, real-world transformative impact. The individual QUEST development progress, the individual learning advancement, the collective engaged learning contribution, and specific deliveries during the program are all counting for successfully passing the program element, and thus the entire program.

The cost-free MOOC series is, from its second iteration on, a purely virtual program with pre-recorded content, student paced, without live sessions, but backed up by the DRRS online community and a support forum.

The fee-based professional program offers in-depth personal, live, physical teaching and learning, live discourses with key people from the field, extended content, practicing methods in real-world application, individual QUEST project coaching, personal access to teachers and further leading experts in the field, curation of physical peer-learning, and the field design trips as main learning element with direct practical real-world experiences and personal contacts curation.

This program is designed for professionals who work and maybe also have family.  

Corresponding with MOOC#2, this CAS is organized in six thematic modules. After the first virtual introduction week, the entire course engages in a physical real-world design field trip to the MonViso Institute, Italy. This trip is mandatory.

The CAS begins in May with a virtual intro week followed by the first three modules, each lasting two weeks. Then, June 8-16 is the physical field design trip to Norway. We will then complete the remaining modules by the end of August, with a longer vacation break from the end of July to mid-August. The program finishes at the end of September with the submission of the QUEST deliverable.

The six modules are organized in two weeks. In the first week of each CAS rhythm, the virtual course elements take place, such as individual QUEST coaching with external experts and live conversations with DRRS instructors. The second week is dedicated to in-person learning and development of the QUEST, which also means physical engagement in the student’s own study region. Each module with two weeks has one live meeting of about 2h each week, likely Tuesday evening 8-10pm (Zurich time).

The further content is self-paced and by individual arrangements. It partly depends on the participant’s engagement level and QUEST – we account for roughly 2h/day, w/o counting the weekend, for the basic load. The scheduling of this time is up to the participant and their learning group.To find out more please check out our educational program magazine (“Course setup” on page 16).

There will be two types of personal exchange – physical and virtual. With the field trip to Norway, the entire learning group meets physically, including some of the instructors. The practice module will be followed by the virtual part, in which participants support each other and get access to live conversations with the mentoring team. In modules 2-6, we meet virtually once a week for about 2 hours with key persons from the field. In addition, you will be offered a one-on-one conversation with different, experienced tutors.

The second CAS Beyond systems thinking is part of the Master (MAS) program, which consists of three CAS and one MAS module and leads to the Master’s degree. All three CAS courses have the same price. The MAS module will cost less since we don’t go on an extensive field design trip. The entire MAS program will cost approximately 32’000CHF (changes pending).

We acknowledge the need for financial support for some potential participants, especially those from underrepresented and low-income backgrounds. We are working on such options for the future, but for now, we cannot offer stipends. A professional degree program aims at professionals who have been working already after their first education, generally a consecutive Master’s degree. This professional or executive program, with its Master in Advanced Studies (MAS), is a tertiary degree and thus an “extra” for those who are at that period in their lives.

What we do offer is personal coaching to identify financing opportunities for highly interested potential CAS participants, for example, through smart arguing with their current or future employers.

The MOOC series is ETH’s free offer, bringing DRRS education to anyone with internet access anywhere in the world. This free offer is financially made possible in the long term through the professional program. To sum up, for the time being, there are no funding options available. However, we do our best to develop such opportunities. Stay up to date by following us also on LinkedIn and/or join the DRRS network. In case something opens up, you will be informed there. 

Our CAS is relevant to a broad range of people, and several people have asked us in the past how they can pinpoint the importance of our program for their work to their employer. If you struggle to develop a clear line of reasoning, don’t hesitate to contact us. Evaluating your specific work situation, we will develop a strong use case from which all parties involved benefit.

The program can be joined virtually from anywhere in the world. The teaching sessions will be recorded. The only important exception is the mandatory one-week in-person field trip to Norway from June 8th to 16th, 2024.

The field trip, the physical gathering, is a core of the hybrid CAS. The field trip offers unique didactic opportunities that are hardly possible to achieve in virtual settings – the pandemic has impressively reminded us of this:

  • Learning by implementing methods in real life – we don’t learn many things in theory alone, we have to execute them and learn from mistakes/success to be able to implement such methods ourselves. We practice transdisciplinary methods such as serious game, systemic cycles, visual dialogue, Gigamapping, circularity mapping, sketching, view from above, soil regeneration, real-world lab design, etc. during the field trips – in real conditions, meaning the outcomes are emergent, and what we have learned can be directly used in a transformative way.
  • Personal, inner development: Outdoor and experiential education are central components in dealing creatively with complexity. Organic emergence, flow, mindful self-compassion, etc. are learned through experiences with all senses and can then enrich one’s own development.
  • Getting to know each other: In the field trip we get to know each other personally, the group, many instructors – this builds mutual trust and enriches the following virtual learning period to also become more effective.
  • Professional networks form much more personally and deeper through direct contacts, with more opportunities to build trust.

In addition, the field trip also has a kind of vacation character, and we will come back mentally and physically nurtured and recharged. Therefore, the field trip is a central part of the program.

Your QUEST guides you through the study program and will eventually lead to your Master’s thesis. The first phase of your QUEST evolves during this first CAS, with program guidance and your own personal development of skills, thinking, and local implementation. Eventually, your QUEST will evolve into your Master’s thesis design project, which will then be finalized in the planned Master module.

The first DRRS live info event took place on Zoom on March 4th at 8 p.m. (Zurich time). You can view the recording here and learn about the program details..

For organizational related questions around the application process incl. payment, please follow the contact offers as shown on this site.

Also, the DRRS network is immensely helpful, including many alumni from the first two MOOC courses. You can join the network here

In addition, we offer individual consultations on content related issues for people wanting to join the professional program.

We weave bridges and build synergies between people, projects, ecosystems, and economies, between theory and practice – with the common goal to create net-positive impact.