If only we could find a way to remove inequality, climate change and human exploitation from our economic system. The "Wellbeing Economy" is the answer.
Imagine if instead of a system that rewards predatory behaviour against nature, people and animals, the system punished it.
Companies need to drop the charade and admit that their efforts to be sustainable have largely failed. It’s time to stop pretending to be part of the solution and come back to the table and be a real partner for positive change.
The further we progress on our journey towards sustainable business, the more fundamental are the constraints and challenges that we encounter. We may improve compliance, and optimize our eco-efficiency initiatives, but then find we need to address our business models, our organizational and ownership formats, if we are to deliver more impact, more benefits.