Summit 2020: What happens after capitalism?
“We must consider the possibility...that capitalism is going through a spasm, that is yielding dystopian post-capitalism as we speak...we have a duty to look beyond capitalism.”
Summit 2020: The Years Of Repair
Conference session from Progressive International's Summit w. Naomi Klein, Aruna Roy and others.
Ella Saltmarshe and Jee Kim outgoing Executive Director of Narrative Initiative, in conversation
A Reset Narrative public event: an overview of Jee Kim’s work with Narrative Initiative, and the practice of narrative change in general.
Noam Chomsky: The world is at the most dangerous moment in human history
Noam Chomsky shares thoughts ahead of his session for Progressive International’s Summit 2020. Nuclear war, climate change, crumbling democracy – not good news for the doomsday clock.
Forum for the Future's take on the trajectories we face, based on extensive research and their ‘signals of change’ work.
"Imperative 21 is driving a RESET from shareholder primacy to stakeholder capitalism, which creates shared wellbeing on a healthy planet. The stewards of the Imperative 21 network – include: B Lab (certifier of B Corporations), The B Team, Chief Executives for Corporate Purpose (CECP), Common Future, Conscious Capitalism, The Global Impact Investing Network (GIIN), JUST Capital, and Participant."
Framed for the tech/VC audience, this piece stakes a claim that this transformational moment will take us into the third age of humanity: ‘The Age of Freedom’.
World split on urgency of tackling rising temperatures
A revealing look at global attitudes to climate action. “In the UK, less than 40% felt strongly that the poor would bear the brunt”.
The New Normal?
“A new 7-country report...on the impacts of COVID-19 on trust, social cohesion, democracy and expectations for an uncertain future.” Including guidance on framing the recovery.
The lockdown and social norms: why the UK is complying by consent rather than compulsion
“The belief that ‘we are all in it together’ is more important than other factors in explaining why the UK public has complied with lockdown measures so far, early data suggests.”