Co-creating the Regenerative Economy.
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Join us as we partner with First Green Bank to explore the practice of regenerative finance in the real world.
View highlights from our Regenerative Capitalism launch, including a conversation with John Fullerton and Patagonia’s Director of Philosophy Vincent Stanley.
Capital Institute Founder John Fullerton reflects on his regenerative journey.
Capital Institute is a non-partisan think tank launched in 2010 by former JPMorgan Managing Director John Fullerton.
Our mission is to explore and effect the economic transition to a more just, regenerative, and thus sustainable way of living on this earth through the transformation of finance. From analyzing the financial crisis to alternative financial models and socially responsible investing to fossil fuel divestment and sustainable business models such as cooperatives, we seek to illuminate how our economy can operate as a restorative rather than a coercive agent.
John Fullerton shares his thoughts on candidate Trump, Amazon’s current crisis, and the “money equals success” cultural narrative lens that has overtaken our nation of late.
Later this month, John Fullerton will keynote offsite where Walker College of Business faculty and other university stakeholders have been invited to explore the sustainability implications for business curriculum in the 21st century.
In April 2015, Capital Institute released Regenerative Capitalism at an event hosted by Yale University. The collaboratively created framework and accompanying white paper calls on business leaders and policymakers to fundamentally rethink economics and how our free enterprise system operates.
Can a bank be profitable and also serve as a regenerative change agent? Join us at the A Year in the Life of a Regenerative Bank project microsite as we explore the possibilities with First Green Bank.
Visit our Field Guide to Investing in a Regenerative Economy initiative microsite as we activate the Regenerative Economy through collaborative storytelling.
Read our case study on Evergreen Direct Investing (EDI), an investment architecture that offers pension investors an alternative to the Wall Street investing paradigm. The investing method is both a reengineering and bold repurposing of time-tested techniques.