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What is the most important leadership quality for those in the C Suite to develop in order to bring about a finer future?
How do we internationalise and popularise this campaign, and lobby for change ??
Are you familiar with avaaz.org - the world's largest campaigning organisation (44 million members)?
Would it make sense to build an alliance with them to carry this agenda forward? If you think this makes sense....I have started the conversation with them, and would be happy to discuss further....
Can you compare the cap and trade program in CA to carbon fund and offsets in CO. and what to you think about Citizens climate Lobby
thanks for all the good information. you are always a delight to listen to.
How have the world of conventional economics responded to your ecologically-oriented message?
What is the most important leadership practice for those in the C Suite to develop in order to bring about a finer future?
What were some of the significant outcomes from the Regenerative Future summit in May? I'm sorry I didn't make it!
How do cultural differences influence how A Finer Future is developed?
i.e. how will you take into account a world and national economy that is defined differently within different cultures, like the many Asian and African cultures, let alone the currently dominant European/American mix?
How do you define a regenerative economy?
I know the great benefits that energy efficiency and renewables provide and love watching the clean energy markets grow. We still have a lot of fossil powered energy. While we continue to transition to a clean energy economy, what are your thoughts on investing in CCUS to help reduce emissions as long as coal-fired power plants continue to operate?
How do bitcoins fit into the picture?
What is the status of the effort that was recently called Leading for Well Being?
What is your take on worker-owned businesses? Aside from improving wages, is there reason to hope worker-owned businesses would also be more responsible actors re climate impact and solutions? Or are the two not necessarily related?
Martin Voelker, Colorado Renewable Energy Society
How should we think education from now on?
How do we get sustainability into urban development? I studied this for my dissertation. Land use development decisions are still driven by economics alone, not the 'triple bottom line.' Decision making on infrastructure spending by truly empowered stakeholders from all walks can help but that is rare, as is regional planning. Property rights and property values stand in the way of making decisions best for human and natural communities. This is a tough one.
How do we begin to transition an economy and economic mentality that seems to be almost exclusively profit- and money-driven (instead of accounting for other forms of value such as environmental resiliency and social well-being) when it is so entrenched in our way of doing things today?
Do you think the UN Global Goals can be a positive motivator for U.S. climate & renewable energy action? If yes, what do you recommend for susty people to do?
For this concept to work on a global level we will need need total global cooperation for the benefit of all species to maintain a healthy balance within the intricate complexities of interactions and roles vital to fulfilling the cycle of life and it's contribution to food web and environment. Somehow we must become the Stewards-of the planet for the mutual health and benefit of the planet while at the same time creating an equally beneficial system and environment for all humans.
How do you get the 1% and multi billion dollar corporations to divest their fortunes for the benefit of the whole?
How do we come to the conclusion as to what is a healthy human population size for earth based on the mutual health of the rest of the species that also live here?
Feeding the worlds population a healthy balanced nutritious diet and supplying the water to irrigate those crops, hydrate those animals, and meet the human populations needs why are we destroying some of our best farmland with residential housing that also competes for irrigation water and how do we change that mentality?
How do we make violent conflict and war non existent?
Kirk L. Foyle
What 3 things can we do to build bridges across the partisan divide?
What contribution can TimeBanking make to advancing your vision of where we need to go?