What is ReFi?

"Regenerative Finance" is a financial approach that aims to make financial systems and practices compatible with environmental and social sustainability, contributing to the well-being of both people and the planet. Regenerative finance considers not only financial efficiency, but also social, environmental, and ethical factors in financial transactions.

The approach focuses not only on short-term financial returns, but also on long-term sustainability. To achieve this, regenerative finance aims to invest in projects that promote environmental sustainability, such as renewable energy, sustainable food production, eco-friendly transportation, and other sustainable practices.

Regenerative finance also relies on the idea that financial systems and practices should be designed to reduce inequality and promote social justice. Therefore, it aims to increase access to financial resources for poor communities, women, and various minority groups, promoting financial equality.

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