This past summer, our friends from The Capital Institute ( a non-partisan think tank exploring the economic transition to a more just, regenerative, and thus sustainable way of living on this earth through the transformation of finance) spent the day with Executive Director Martin Ping. The resulting profile, “Hawthorne Valley: Growing Deeper in Place,” for their project, The Field Guide to a Regenerative Economy is here.
The Capital Institute, through its Field Guide seeks to “activate the regenerative economy through collaborative storytelling.” Field Guide Director, Susan Arterian Chang explains, “Take a close look and you will see it. The emergence of the Regenerative Economy is unstoppable, and it is happening all around us. Against all the odds, and in these uncertain times, we see networks of individuals, enterprises, and projects self-organizing to regenerate our human communities and the natural systems upon which all life depends. The Field Guide tells the story and invites you to be part of the Regenerative Economy Movement.”