HR!Day067 - Innovative Approaches to Regenerative Economics
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The Generative Economy is a term coined by Marjorie Kelly to define "a living economy that is designed to generate the conditions for life to thrive, an economy with a built-in tendency to be socially fair and ecologically sustainable."
- Generative economy attempts to reorganize the purpose and structure of an organization, to the extent of being self-organized around serving the needs of life. Generative economy is based on designs that are rich in biodiversity, not monoculture. Examples of these types of organizational designs are employee ownerships, cooperatives, credit unions, community land trusts, co-housing communities, community wind, family-owned businesses, and foundations-owned companies. Its goals are to create fair and just outcomes, benefit the many rather than the few, and enable an enduring human presence on the planet Earth.
- The recent launch of Seeds is rapidly gaining traction for transformation; a digital currency and financial system that serves, rewards and finances the people and organisations committed to creating a healthier and more equitable planet. It is a revolutionary new way to distribute value to initiatives that deliver favourable outcomes for environmental & societal regeneration.
Humanity Rising Day 067 Monday July 27, 2020
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Monday July 27, 2020 Day 67
- Humanity Rising Day 67 Innovative Approaches to Generative Economics Including "Seeds"
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