Ecocentricity Blog: Front Seven - Redesigning Commerce

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Ecocentricity Blog: Front Seven - Redesigning Commerce

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Summary

Maybe I’m naïve. Heck, I know that I’m an idealist. Still, deep down I believe in the goodness of people. I celebrate human integrity. I believe that, with enough time and intentionality, we can collectively redesign commerce to promote universal wellbeing.

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We started with Zero Waste. Next came Benign Emissions, followed by Renewable Energy and Closed-Loop Manufacturing. Then we all learned about velomobiles on the Resource Efficient Transportation front before turning to Sensitizing Stakeholders. That brings us to the final front of Mount Sustainability – Redesigning Commerce.

This is probably the steepest of the seven fronts. Our commercial system is extremely complex and comprised of a nearly uncountable number of entities and individuals. No one person or company designed the system in the first place, and so no one person or company can redesign it. Rather, we can all collectively do our part to usher in the next evolution of commerce – one that contributes to, rather than detracts from, human and environmental wellbeing.

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Valerie Bennett
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Ray C. Anderson Foundation
Keywords: Responsible Business & Employee Engagement | Business Ethics | Community Involvement | Corporate Social Responsibility | Ecocentricity | Employee Engagement | InterFace | Partnerships | Philanthropy & Cause Initiatives | Positive Change | Ray C. Anderson Foundation

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