Co-creating a sustainable culture

integrity.earth
(Pending editorial review)
Liechtenstein ()
The grand challenges of our age are systemic in nature, requiring holistic thinking and collaboration to create effective solutions. Systems innovation addresses such complexity through an evidence-based and participatory process. There are many efforts to support individual projects and initiatives. However, these efforts remain fragmented and have limited impact at the expense of significant time and resources. The need to converge stakeholders around a regenerative plan with strategic project implementation and an optimized financing strategy is becoming increasingly critical to coordinate efforts so that they are more efficient, comprehensive, and socially- ecologically- and financially-effective. Enormous potential can be unlocked through collaborative communities to plan, structure, and oversee regenerative practices that provide true value to all systems involved. As we recognize the magnitude of the problems we face and the insufficient responses from our institutions, it is imperative to restore our ability to cooperate and resolve the grand challenges in a unified and effective manner, enabling a combined effort to sustain life. Only through inclusiveness we can awake the vast potential for cooperation that has been dormant. The key is to harness the innate cooperative nature found in humanity, allowing us to work towards attaining our common goals. Integrity is a grass-roots corporation, non-profit organization operated by the collective for the collective harnessing the principles of cooperation, inclusiveness, and transparency; with the sole mission to restore a sustainable planetary culture.

(18 June 2019)

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Franz Allmayer / Lisa Beck

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