Beyond Green Capitalism: Economic Systems Change for the Next Seven Generations

Musings on Systems Change with Roar Bjonnes

Corporate capitalism is addicted to making money and therefore has a very short planning cycle–hardly longer than its next quarterly profit fix. A truly green, regenerative economy will have to plan long term. To do that, we need deeper economic changes. In this episode, Roar Bjonnes talks about the two most important systems changes needed to create an eco-economy of the future.

Beyond Green Capitalism

Musings on Systems Change with Roar Bjonnes

Green capitalism is overlooking a fundamental issue in economics; an issue that we need to overcome through systemic restructuring in order to create a sustainable economy. In this episode of Musings on Systems Change, Roar Bjonnes talks about what this fundamental issue is and how to overcome and go beyond the limits of green capitalism.

The Triple Bottom Line: Green Capitalism

In this new Musings on Systems Change podcast, Roar Bjonnes asks if the popular Triple Bottom Line slogan of green capitalism–Profit, People, Planet–which has been adopted by companies such as Shell, is really enough in creating systems change in economics.

Environmental Ignorance and Wisdom

Musings on Systems Change with Roar Bjonnes

Learning from human history. Not all peoples and cultures from the past were environmentalists. What can we learn from their mistakes?

Green Gone Wrong

Musings on Systems Change with Roar Bjonnes

Is sustainable capitalism just another green mean machine or does it hold the promise of a new economy? Can we solve our environmental problems by producing and buying green products?

Green Capitalism: An Oxymoron

Musings on Systems Change with Roar Bjonnes

Is making capitalism more green a practical strategy? How can an economy built on greed create global economic justice and ecological balance?

The European Union – What Went Wrong and When – Erik S. Reinert

Systems Change Alliance Podcast

Professor Erik S. Reinert is a Professor of Technology Governance and Development Strategies. His book “How Rich Countries Got Rich … and Why Poor Countries Stay Poor” won the Myrdal Prize in economics and the Norwegian Selvaag Prize, both in 2008. Professor Reinert is one of the best-known heterodox economists of our times.

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