Money makes the world go ’round. It is the fundamental fuel for our human production. Yet we also realize that the way we have organized money causes many of the challenges we face today. How can we reshape and repurpose money such that it will serve a world in which humans and the planet thrive?
How can we apply that wisdom to enable everyone to live and thrive in globally regenerative cultures and societies?
It is clear that a broader, more interconnected, and integrative approach to development is not only asked for but is on its way. We now have a unique opportunity to unite these impulses into a worthy planetary response adequate to the scale of the opportunity.
This is an invitation to re-imagine the very foundations of an artificially fragmented global society and thus embrace systemic change, applying new ways of being that can enable us to course correct, in ways that are not limited by geopolitics but shaped by a shared sense of responsibility towards the biosphere as a whole.