(Last updated 23 June 2020 – watch for more goodies to be added)
I’m a fast-reading book junkie – so most of the time I find video input limiting. However, I’m pretty sure that puts me in a minority.
So over the years I’ve built a library of videos on regenerative business.
This is a selection of the full play list on my YouTube channel.
Designing for good, not just zero
Bill McDonough, co-author of Cradle to Cradle speaking on the way Design as Optimism opens up innovation.
Regeneration and radical industrialism
Global corporation Interface started their quest to become “the world’s first restorative business” by their founding CEO Ray Anderson in the mid 1990s, and is so close to succeeding in their Mission Zero that in 2017 they launched Climate Takeback. Some key video markers include:
- Ray Anderson’s spear-to-the-chest moment
- Ray Anderson reflecting on their first 14 years
- A story on their Pacific fishing net reclamation project – converting it into valuable raw material
- Their Climate Takeback initiative, to create a climate fit for life.
Project Drawdown – REVERSING global warming
Paul Hawken speaking on reversing global warming as innovation.
Ellen Macarthur explaining connections between Food, Health and the Circular Economy
21st century economics
Kate Raworth’s Doughnut Economy that describes a smarter economy that is distributive and regenerative by design.
Nature’s design brilliance applied
Paul Hawken and Janine Benyus together, Biomimicry as a Cooperative Inquiry