Centre for Ecologial Learning Luxembourg
The Creating Centre for Ecological Learning Luxembourg (CELL) is a national and regional hub for permaculture and Transition and works on commons-based governance. It is legally structured as a non-profit organisation and operates as a commons and in addition supports establishment of new organisations for creation and management of common pool resources.
Relationships with related organisations are cooperative in nature, enacting an ecological model in which each helps create conditions for the success of others. CELL is currently developing design and consultancy services as an income-generating regenerative enterprise. Resulting financial surpluses will be redistributed through its organisational ecology towards citizen groups whose activities do not generate income. This is one way in which CELL cultivates conditions for the emergence of a constellation of organisations with diverse legal forms, pursuing distinct specific objectives within a common aim of promoting societal and environmental health through citizen-led responses to climate change.
A key project that has emerged from CELL is TERRA (Transition and Education for a Resilient and Regenerative Agriculture), a food-growing, educational and community-building project founded in 2014.