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How the circular economy tackles climate change with Per Klevnas
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There needs to be a fundamental shift in the global approach to tackling climate change and the circular economy can play an essential role. 45% of global greenhouse gas emissions come from how we make and use products like buildings, cars and clothes, and how we produce food.

Per Klevnäs is a managing consultant and economist with experience from 100+ energy, resource and climate related projects internationally since the early 2000s. Previous roles have included as an expert in McKinsey’s sustainability practice, Research Director of the New Climate Economy Project, a senior manager at the Stockholm Environment Institute, and Managing Director of an economic consultancy.

At Material Economics, Per help companies set the right direction in the face of new business requirements connected with resource and sustainability topics. He has worked widely across energy, basic materials, manufacturing, and utilities on topics ranging from investment due diligence and acquisition scanning, low-carbon growth strategies, investment planning, product and technology development, and regulatory strategy.

EarthSayers Jocelyn Bleriot; Per Klevnäs
Date 11/13/2019 Format Interview
Length unknown Keywords SustainabilityMember of Special Collection Climate Change More Details
Dame Ellen MacArthur shares her vision of a circular economy for a better planet
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World record-breaking sailor Dame Ellen MacArthur has spent a lot of time on the high seas, she reveals how these experiences sparked a revelation about how to manage finite resources on our planet. Hear why she’s optimistic about transitioning to a circular economy, a system where we dramatically reduce waste and pollution

EarthSayer Ellen MacArthur
Date 10/22/2019 Format Interview
Length unknown Keywords SustainabilityMember of Special Collection The Circular Economy More Details
Sustainable Human Launches New Gift-Based Economic System
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Find out how you can participate in creating a new economic system that helps humanity to live in harmony with each other and the planet: http://sustainablehuman.com/

The mission of Sustainable Human is to assist in creating and promoting a new economic system based on the collective voluntary gifts of everyday people. The goal is to transition from our current, scarcity-based economic system to a new system capable of creating abundance for all. Bypassing the monetary system, we will voluntarily collaborate on projects aimed at creating goods and services that are given freely to the world, helping to create a bottom-up, participatory, global gift economy.

After 7+ years of holding space for a conversation about the deep underlying roots of our many sustainability-related crises, the time has come to be more proactive towards a solution.

We recognize at the very root of many of our systemic issues is an economic system that measures progress and success in only one metric - growth or profit. Economic growth means consuming more resources each year than were consumed in the prior year, which means that more of Nature must be turned into product for human consumption. The scale has reached ecocidal proportions.

At the same time, fewer people are able to meet their needs from the present economic system as wealth inequality only continues to grow. Complicating matters is the fact that technology is rapidly replacing human workers in a variety of ways in both the virtual and creative markets. The idea of income being attached to work is coming undone.

We need a new economy and it is going to be up to each of us to co-create one.

Sustainable Human is creating a new, voluntary, global gift economy called the Sustainable Human Gift Economy Network (powered by Hylo - an emerging, open-source social network designed to help communities to collaborate). Its purpose is to transcend the economics of scarcity and transition humanity into the economy capable of delivering sustainable abundance for all.

The idea is simple.

We all have a gift to give. When we work together in sharing our gifts, we are able to accomplish amazing achievements. However, most ideas we create are limited by the need to make a profit. No longer.

Now we can voluntarily work together using our unique gifts and skills to create anything we want and give it freely to the world. As more people decide to join the gift economy, the size and scope of the gifts will grow to a point where people will be able to meet some of their needs through this economy, reducing the need for us to participate in the life-destroying, soul-crushing, industrial, growth economy.

Learn more about the gift economy at:
http://sustainablehuman.com/

The best part about the gift economy is everyone can participate. Join the gift economy here:
http://sustainablehuman.com/hylo-gift-economy-sign-up/

Learn how the Sustainable Human Gift Economy Network can help you to create and give your gift to the world:
http://sustainablehuman.com/#partfour

Questions? Check out the FAQ:
http://sustainablehuman.com/#faq

To learn more about the issues, click here:
Infinite Growth: http://sustainablehuman.com/#growth
Technological Unemployment: http://sustainablehuman.com/#tech
Extreme Inequality: http://sustainablehuman.com/#unequal
A Shift In Values: http://sustainablehuman.com/#values
Abundant Economics: http://sustainablehuman.com/#economy

Learn more about Hylo:
https://www.hylo.com/about

Date 2/14/2016 Format Appeal
Length unknown Keywords SustainabilityMember of Special Collection Transforming Our Economy More Details
Building Constituencies for Change with Peter Kinder
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Peter Kinder President and Director of KLD Research & Analytics sat down for an interview by Christine Arena of 3BL Media at the 2011 Ceres Conference held May 11th and 12th 2011 in Oakland, CA. The company offers environmental, social, and governance (ESG) research for institutional investors.  Mr. Kinder's background is law and politics.

EarthSayer Peter Kinder
Date 5/19/2011 Format Interview
Length 4:46 Keywords SustainabilityMember of Special Collection Investing and Sustainability More Details
Redefine Profit and Reset the Economy by Prof Roger Steare
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Part Two of the second panel of the Business in the Community Ireland Summit on Corporate Responsibility: Transforming to a Sustainable Business was held on Thursday 18th November 2010.

In this segment we hear from Roger Steare, the Corporate Philosopher.

The panel includes James Quincey, The Coca Cola Company; Sir Stuart Rose, Chairman, Marks & Spencer; Prof Roger Steare, Cass Business School; Richard Jackson, Olympic Delivery Authority; and Gerard O'Neill, Amarach

EarthSayer Roger Stearne
Date 12/17/2010 Format Panel
Length unknown Keywords SustainabilityMember of Special Collection Transforming Our Economy More Details
Inclusive Business by Graham Baxter of IBLF
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On October 21st, 2010, 3BL Media's Chris Jarvis caught up with Graham Baxter, Programming Director and Acting CEO at International Business Leaders Forum (IBLF). He discusses the idea of inclusive business.

EarthSayer Graham Baxter
Date 10/21/2010 Format Interview
Length 8:54 Keywords SustainabilityMember of Special Collection Canadian Business for Social Responsibility More Details
Gross Domestic Product - Economic Lowdown, Ep. 7
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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis explains GDP and promotes it. 

Date unknown Format Instructional
Length unknown Keywords SustainabilityMember of Special Collection Transforming Our Economy More Details
Modern Monetary Theory (MMT) by Stephanie Kelton
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Left Out: [FULL EPISODE] Stephanie Kelton on MMT and debunking budget deficit myths, March 8, 2018

In this episode, Professor Kelton debunks budget deficit and government spending myths, and explains why understanding how our monetary system works is crucial to making the political and economic case for important programs like universal health care, free public higher education, infrastructure investment, and more. We also explore some current economic issues, including how we might be able to cancel all public and private student debt in the U.S., and lastly the role and challenges of women in economics.

Stephanie Kelton is a leading American economist and a Professor of Public Policy and Economics at Stony Brook University. Kelton was Chief Economist on the U.S. Senate Budget Committee and Economic Advisor to the Bernie 2016 presidential campaign. She's most known for being a pioneer of Modern Monetary Theory (MMT).

EarthSayer Stephanie Kelton
Date unknown Format Interview
Length unknown Keywords SustainabilityMember of Special Collection Transforming Our Economy More Details
Modern Monetary Theory (MMT) by Stephanie Kelton
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Left Out: [FULL EPISODE] Stephanie Kelton on MMT and debunking budget deficit myths, March 8, 2018

In this episode, Professor Kelton debunks budget deficit and government spending myths, and explains why understanding how our monetary system works is crucial to making the political and economic case for important programs like universal health care, free public higher education, infrastructure investment, and more. We also explore some current economic issues, including how we might be able to cancel all public and private student debt in the U.S., and lastly the role and challenges of women in economics.

Stephanie Kelton is a leading American economist and a Professor of Public Policy and Economics at Stony Brook University. Kelton was Chief Economist on the U.S. Senate Budget Committee and Economic Advisor to the Bernie 2016 presidential campaign. She's most known for being a pioneer of Modern Monetary Theory (MMT).

EarthSayer Stephanie Kelton
Date unknown Format Interview
Length unknown Keywords SustainabilityMember of Special Collection Transforming Our Economy More Details
The Public Purse by Stephanie Kelton
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June 18, 2018

As part of the lecture series between UCL Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose (IIPP) and the British Library, Stephanie Kelton speaks on why a government budget should not be looked at in the same way as a household budget.

Drawing on her experience as the Chief Economist on the US Senate Budget Committee, Stephanie Kelton gives a beginner’s class on public deficits and what (almost) everyone is missing in the debate over the government’s budget. Is the government’s budget really just like a family budget? (Teaser: It’s not!) What is the purpose of budgeting anyway? Is it to balance spending and revenue, or is targeting a balanced budget the wrong goal altogether? Is the British government living beyond its means?

Stephanie outlines a new way of understanding deficits, debt, taxes, the relationship between the public and private sectors, and what our economy could look like. Turning the public budget into a participatory, mission-oriented endeavor is critical to restructuring public services and public investment and building the kind of economy that will deliver a cleaner, safer, more secure future for all.

Rethinking Public Value and Public Purpose in 21st Century Capitalism is a lecture series presented by UCL’s new Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose in collaboration with the British Library. 


EarthSayer Stephanie Kelton
Date unknown Format Speech
Length unknown Keywords SustainabilityMember of Special Collection Transforming Our Economy More Details
 

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