The Regeneration Project, a collaborative and multi-faceted initiative by GlobeScan and SustainAbility, aims to provide a roadmap for achieving sustainable development within the next generation, focusing in particular on ways the private sector can improve sustainability strategy, increase credibility and deliver results at greater speed and scale.
In 2011, we interviewed twenty sustainable development Pioneers from business, government and civil society. These Pioneers, notable for their long term commitment to sustainable development, generously shared their experiences and insights with us in a video series called the Ray Anderson Memorial Interviews.
As part of the project, there are salons scheduled between July and October. They are curated, facilitated conversations with influential stakeholders from across industry and sector. These Salons will take place in major international cities across the world. We expect to limit attendance to approximately 50 people, on an invitation-only basis.
Additional whitepapers can be found here. An event schedule here. Presenting sponsors, BMW Group and SC Johnson, join with sponsors Dupont, Interface, Pfizer, and The Guardian Sustainable Business in providing white papers (here) and a series of events throughout the year.
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Rethinking Our Economic System
Our economic model is believed by many to be broken. Pioneers Maurice Strong, Bjorn Stigson, Matthew Kiernan, Jonathon Porritt and others emphasize the need to challenge the orthodoxies of our current model, envisioning a transition from an economically-driven framework to one that acknowledges ecological infrastructure as the foundation.
EarthSayers Matthew Kiernan; Bjorn Stigson; Maurice Strong
Unfinished Business by Mark Lee and Chris Coulter
Reflecting on Rio - Looking Back to 1992
Taking Action on Climate Change
Why Meaningful Progress Depends on Activists - Spotlight on Civil Society
Achieving Global Consensus by The Regeneration Project
International Governance - How the UN Summit Process Evolved
The Need for Women’s Empowerment
Our Scarcest Resource is Time
21st Century Leadership
Our Global Governance Crisis