investigate, raise ideas, discuss solutions

The drought summers of 2018 and 2019, species going extinct, acidifying oceans, degrading soils, extreme weather, and on and on. We are paying a high price for the way we live. It's time to talk about the cost of the environment and whether the price of its destruction is not far too high for us.

What does an economic system that can stop the ecological crisis look like? What does sustainable economic activity mean beyond concerns about competitiveness, growth and loss of prosperity? Change happens in an interplay: our economy shapes how we live, and social development shapes how we do business.

future economies explores these questions. Our goal? To become part of the interplay. Investigate, raise ideas, discuss solutions. To do that, we talk to people who have one thing in common: They are concerned with our economy and its ecological and social consequences.

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