The Big Picture – Vision

A green economy is a new way of doing things

Our economic, societal and ecological crises are interrelated.

The solutions can only be found by considering them together.

These crises are also profound and will not be resolved by piecemeal policy change, or by technological innovation alone.

They demand deep rooted transformation. They require the courage to forge a new economic vision.

 

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