You know the story by now — there’s a lot to worry about these days.
Whether it’s climate change, social upheavals, the plight of displaced people, or any number of other crises, the challenges we face on a daily basis can seem overwhelming. It’s enough to make you wonder if there’s anything you can really do to make a difference.
So how can you make a difference? The answer may be Regenerative Economics, a new way of looking at our economy, our choices, and our world that could contribute toward improving the social, economic, and environmental challenges of our time. The truth is, if you are making an active choice to shop locally, buy organic produce, or even if your choice of bank is values-based, you are already on your way there.
On February 19, in a conversation moderated by award-winning CBC Journalist Laura Lynch, John Fullerton will be sharing his ideas about Regenerative Economics onstage at the Vancouver Convention Centre West as part of the first-ever Global Alliance for Banking on Values (GABV) Summit.
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Courtesy of Daily Hive Vancouver.