A Finer Future
Humanity is in a race with catastrophe. Is the future one of global warming, 65 million migrants fleeing failed states, soaring inequality, and grid-locked politics? Or one of empowered entrepreneurs and innovators building a world that works for everyone?
While the specter of collapse looms large, A Finer Future demonstrates that humanity has a chance – just – to thread the needle of sustainability and build a regenerative economy through a powerful combination of enlightened entrepreneurialism, technology, and innovative policy.
The authors – world leaders in business, economics, and sustainability – gather the evidence, outline the principles of a regenerative economy, and detail a policy roadmap to achieving it, including:
- Transforming finance and corporations
- Reimagining energy, agriculture, and the nature of how we work
- Enhancing human well-being
- Delivering a world that respects ecosystems and human community.
Charting the course to a regenerative economy is the most important work facing humanity and A Finer Future provides the essential blueprint for business leaders, entrepreneurs, environmentalists, politicians, policymakers, and others working to create a world that works for people and the planet.
L. Hunter Lovins
L. Hunter Lovins, Time Magazine’s Millennium Hero for the Planet, is a business professor, President and Founder of Natural Capitalism Solutions, and co-author of The Way Out and the best-selling Natural Capitalism.
Stewart Wallis is Executive Chair of WEAll, the Wellbeing Economy Alliance, an Honorary Professor at Lancaster University and formerly Executive Director of the New Economics Foundation.
Anders Wijkman is Co-Chair of the Club of Rome, a former EU parliamentarian, Chair Climate-KIC, the largest public-private partnership for climate innovation in the EU, and co-author of Bankrupting Nature and Come On!
John Fullerton is the Founder of Capital Institute and a former Managing Director of JP Morgan. He is the author of Regenerative Capitalism: How Universal Principles and Patterns Will Shape Our New Economy.