VIDEO: Degrowth, deep change and redesign are key concepts for anyone who wants to see global economies shift towards true sustainability. Three influential thinkers discuss the big challenges we face at the ChangeNOW conference in Paris.
Economic theory depends on accounting – yet it ignores the role of accounting in distributing value. Why does that matter? Because it limits the potential contribution of economics in resolving today's social and environmental crises.
Doughnut Economics calls for an economy that is regenerative and distributive by design – and to get there, individual businesses must go much deeper than product innovation. Why "deep design" matters, and seven ways to get there.
The B Corp idea disrupted entrenched narratives in business. But certification of companies like Nespresso shows that it must now evolve to embrace newer, bolder ideas in business – or risk being adapted to the needs of the “old economy”.
The doughnut economics creator says too many impact startups are turned into mainstream companies under pressure of venture capital investors – we report from the ChangeNOW conference in Paris last week.
Post-pandemic economies should shift focus from economic growth to citizens' wellbeing – and social enterprises have a key role to play, policymakers from Scotland and Amsterdam said at the Social Enterprise World Forum 2020.