It is very clear that while CSR or sustainable business activity has increased over the last 20 years … we’re still missing the mark as it relates to the alarming trends of our finite planet
We have a development path that is in conflict with what the planet actually has to offer.
Imagine a world where companies build their competitive advantage by creating more overall well-being and inclusive prosperity than their competitors.
Has Capitalism lost its way; can it survive or will it be replaced? Does your company understand the strategies for the new economy? Are you ready to compete in an economic system that rewards shared values, well being and inclusive prosperity?
Can capitalism be fundamentally changed to meet human and environmental needs? Yes, it can!
A recent Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll found that 63 percent of Americans “strongly favor” raising the minimum wage to $10.10 per hour...yet it remains at 7.25 - what's widely considered to be a "poverty wage".
Sustainable Consumption is so Capitalism 1.0 – The Future (Capitalism 2.0) is all about Sustainable Communities
As Paul Polman once said, “Business has a hard time succeeding in societies that fail.” He’s definitely right, but to better society we need the right medicine, and right now it does not seem to be sustainable consumption.