Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Recapping Progress Towards Capitalism 2.0

Sharan Burrow of the ITUC got us started with her call for pensions to "Hit the reset button".

Suzanne Lynne Duncan of State Street Center for Applied Research began the answer with her "Influential Investor".

Anne Simpson at CalPERS is now at the forefront, with her efforts to transform one of the world's largest pension plans from just being Wall Street's biggest customer, to becoming a center of true stewardship.

This comes next, upgrading pension investing by modernizing standards of fiduciary prudence and evergreening pension portfolios

That will clear the way for a renewed conversation to put ecological health at the heart of a new regenerative prosperity of adaptively co-created capitalism.

Capitalism 2.0

Another small step towards spreading the word on evergreen was taken yesterday, with a piece on evergreen investing that got published over US New & World Report. See link, below

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