Webinar: From bigger towards better, How is a post-growth economy possible?
Posted on February 15, 2017 by Diego Isabel | Event
From bigger towards better,
How is a post-growth economy possible?
A webinar with
Diego Isabel La Moneda, co-founder of the Global Hub for the Common Good
Donnie Maclurcan, cofounder of the Post Growth Institute
Moderates: Cylvia Hayes, expert in new economy (US)
Is it possible to have infinite growth in a finite planet?
Does a corporations ‘type’ really matter in terms of global sustainability?
Is it possible to create global prosperity without economic growth?
Diego Isabel, co-founder of the Global Hub for the Common Good and Director of the Global Forum NESI “New Economy and Social Innovation” will talk in this Webinar with Donnie Maclurcan, co-founder of the Post Growth Institute about these and other challenging questions. Dialogue will be moderated by Cylvia Hayes, CEO at 3EStrategies.
Participants to this Webinar will have the opportunity to chat with the speakers and ask questions through twitter with the hashtag #NESIpostgrowth.
Webinar organised under the framework of the Global Forum NESI “New Economy and Social Innovation” to be held on 19-22 April in Málaga (Spain). The event will bring together people and organisations from five continents. NESI will be the meeting place for businesses, entrepreneurs, NGOs, policy-makers, governments, academics and activists that work to co-create a more sustainable, fair, collaborative and people-centred new economy. Here you can check the NESI speakers and the co-organisers partners such as the Global Alliance for Banking on Values, Economy for the Common Good, Transition Towns, International Alliance for Localiszation, Ouishare, Sistema B, B-Corps, New Economics Foundation and Ripess, the Social & Solidarity network.
Here you can book your tickets to the Global Forum NESI “New Economy and Social Innovation, 19-22 April 2017 in Málaga (Spain)
Tags: cylvia hayes, diego isabel, diego isabel la moneda, donnie Maclurcan, NESI, New Economy, post growth