Regenerative Business Resources
Doing good is too good to leave to government and charities. It’s full of opportunities for new products, new services and smarter, cleaner, safer forms of value delivery.
“The biggest opportunity since the invention of money” – Alan AtKisson author of “Believing Cassandra”
Regenerative Business – Principles
Doughnut Economics – a doughnut that’s GOOD for you
Renegade economist Kate Raworth studied economics because she...Read More
Which of these 10 assumptions are blinding you to opportunity?
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Are you interested in $trillions in opportunity?
Are you looking for business development opportunities? If...Read More
Key concepts driving the regenerative business space
To most people getting on with their lives...Read More
What happens when we explore beyond politicians fixing climate change?
What can we do differently when we realise...Read More
Regenerative Business – Practices
Want to save the reef? Make a market!
Australia’s Great Barrier Reef is under threat from...Read More
Circular design stories, sources and resources
Circular business and supply chain design is a...Read More
What is Regenerative Business?
Business designed to make good money by delivering products, systems and services that:
- regenerate ecosystems
- renew communities
- consume greenhouse gas
It’s a trillion-dollar global opportunity full of:
- staff engagement
- productivity gain
Better design for a better world
It’s a whole new approach to designing business value that’s been developing for decades, using powerful mindsets such as:
- Circular Economy
- Natural Capitalism
- The Natural Step
- Systemic Design
Leading entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs in all sorts of businesses all around the world have been proving regenerative business profitable since the 1990s.
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Leigh Baker Founder, Balance3
It's the economy
The wealth of environmental challenges we face is a consequence of a whole economic system (inherited from the 19th century and before) that:
- extracts resources from an apparently infinite ecosystem
- emits waste into the surrounding environment
- exploits communities
It’s opportunity and innovation
Leading entrepreneurs who have been developing and testing regenerative business since the 1990s have found that smarter, cleaner, regenerative business not only works – it INCREASES profits as it makes the world better.
What about the government?
Big governments don’t deliver economic innovation at scale. They didn’t make the internet economy, build the first railroads, start the automobile economy or develop the air conditioning industry. They didn’t reinvent transport, accommodation or music.
The radical innovations being delivered daily in product design, service design and business design don’t come from government. Many of the businesses that spawned them started in garages, spare rooms and student dormitories.
The shift is on to regenerative business – a whole economy designed to consume greenhouse gases, regenerate ecosystems and restore communities.
Any entrepreneur or intrapreneur with the right mindsets and sound information can create exciting, rewarding opportunities.