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New Economies: Achieving a Thriving Future Within Planetary Boundaries

September 26, 2023 @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm PDT

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A Global Green Recovery Collaborative Roundtable Series Workshop

This event has already happened on 26 September, 2023. You can view the recording here.

We are excited to invite you to GGRC’s latest Roundtable Series workshop, where visionary minds from around the world will converge to explore innovative approaches to green recovery, and the intersection of economics and ecology.

In a rapidly changing world where the threads of economics and ecology are more intertwined than ever, we have the chance to redefine green recovery strategies for the better. This workshop is your gateway to discovering novel ways to achieve a thriving economy  environmental stewardship, and community well-being. Discover new currents of economy, discuss thought-provoking case studies, and connect with experts and enthusiasts who are dedicated to forging a sustainable path forward.

Whether you’re an advocate, researcher, entrepreneur, or policymaker, your presence at this workshop is integral to shaping the blueprint of “New Economies.” Let’s transcend old boundaries and embark on a journey that leads to holistic, lasting change.

Register here: https://bit.ly/47lCMvi

What Awaits You in this event and through the GGRC:

– Inspiring Talks and Keynote Speakers

– Interactive Panel and Engaging Discussions

– Networking Opportunities with Global Experts

Meet our Panelists:

Gabriela Cabaña

Gabriela is a PhD candidate in anthropology at the London School of Economics and Political Science in the UK. She is part of the Centre for Socio-Environmental Analysis, Degrowth London and the Basic Income Earth Network. Her research focuses on energy transitions and planning, the morality of work and productivism, and degrowth from a Latin American perspective.

Gastón Laffitte

Gastón Laffitte is a Public Accountant, with a humanistic inclination, he has been interested in people’s lives, within the life of companies. In 2018 he joined the Latin American Ethical Banking and worked actively for its realisation. He is currently a member of the Rio de la Plata Executive Committee, which leads the operations in Argentina and Uruguay.

Melisa Díaz Acuña

Melisa Díaz Acuña has a degree in Business Administration (UNC) and is a facilitator of transformation processes and New Economies. She started on the journey of new economies with the B certification of her company ME Motivador de Experiencias (certified B company 2018-2020). Since then, she propels new economies, co-organised the 1st and 2nd meeting of New Economies of Cordoba (2019 and 2020) and was coordinator of the B Cordoba Community. Today, her aim is to co+create conditions that favour life in all its forms and are in line with living well (buen vivir). She is co+director of the Plataforma de Introducción a las Nuevas Economias (PINE), co+director of the Academia de Mujeres Emprendedoras (AWE), facilitator in the Cooperativa Experiencia Raíz and living team in the regeneration of the Fundación Agroecologica Iguazú (FAI). She loves Córdoba, and every weekend she cycles, treks or climbs new corners of this beautiful province (with more than 15000 km travelled). She tells about how beautiful Córdoba is on IG:@melidiazacuna

If you would like to review or share this discussion, you can see the recording here.



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