Co-creating the Regenerative Economy.
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Once known as The Town the Oyster Built, the town at the southernmost tip of New York City has transformed from a bustling marine and oystering community to a town some locals call “Forgottenville”. Regenerating Tottenville explores the science behind regenerating this once-thriving hamlet for the 21st century.
Capital Institute joined several inspired and forward-thinking groups to hold Building a Regenerative Economy in Buffalo-Niagara, its first Regenerative Economy Workshop, to facilitate moving beyond the scope of mere sustainability and catalyze the transition toward a fully Regenerative Economy.
In spring 2015, we released Regenerative Capitalism: How Universal Principles And Patterns Will Shape Our New Economy at Yale University. Our seminal white paper laid out an alternative framework for economics and finance, which is achievable through the harmonization of multiple kinds of wealth or capital.
Capital Institute Founder John Fullerton reflects on his regenerative journey.
Take a close look and you will see it. The emergence of the Regenerative Economy is happening all around us. We invite you to join us as we weave the narrative of the Regenerative Economy.
Capital Institute is a non-partisan think-tank launched in 2010 by former JPMorgan Managing Director John Fullerton.
Together with our collaborative network, we are searching for a new narrative that will illuminate how our economy and financial system can operate to promote a more just, regenerative, and thus sustainable way of living on this earth. Our explorations are guided by modern science and grounded in timeless wisdom traditions.
Unilever CEO Paul Polman’s rebuff of an unsolicited merger sets an example for business as a tool for social good, but can corporate commitment to sustainability withstand shareholder demand?
See Capital Institute Founder John Fullerton and learn about the framework of Regenerative Capitalism at a venue near you.
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View the film that documents our collaboration.
Visit our Field Guide to a Regenerative Economy microsite as we activate the Regenerative Economy through collaborative storytelling.
The RARE interdisciplinary team is our R&D department, dedicated to understanding of how to build durably vibrant, human networks.