Humanity is engaged in an attempt to build prosperous economies across the world, yet current economic practices are threatening the very future of humanity and the natural world. In the face of a looming Earth emergency, can new thinking lead us to new practices?

To address the deteriorating condition of our home planet in the Anthropocene, there is an emerging consensus that we need to think towards ‘regenerative’ practices. It is not sufficient to try and just sustain the global environment in an increasingly depleted and polluted condition. The world is a dynamic and ever-changing place: ...


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