This module provides insight into specific legal and financial options for designing a sustainable and regenerative projects/enterprises. Using apprentice entrepreneurship programme, a temporary business is set up, a team is created, a product or service is designed and the marketing and sales activities are started. Finally, the enterprise is stopped and the project is concluded with a final report or presentation.



Many social enterprises and eco-initiatives challenged due to lack of understanding on legal / financial issues and how they can be applied in allegiance with value led enterprises


Team-building; setting up pupil enterprise, marketing basics


Consider customary & ecocide law relating to regenerative projects;


SDG 16: Peace, justice and strong institutions SDG 17: Partnerships for the goals

Open Learning Activities

Key concepts

  • Legal and financial issues
  • Choosing legal business structures
  • Types of capital and sources of finance
  • Prepare feasibility studies and business plans
  • Economic Justice
  • Rights of the Earth

Learning outcomes

  • Describes pros/cons of legal forms for regenerative projects
  • Name organisations supporting regenerative projects
  • Understand Customary Law & Ecocide Law
  • Visualize how customary & ecocide law relate to indigenous traditions
  • Complete group assignment for setting up enterprise (either pupil enterprise programme or group process)
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