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Conference Agenda

Due to the event and travel restrictions of Covid-19 the conference is moved to be an online event with reduced price structures and a prolonged agenda from 2 to 4 days in total, ensuring maximum possible interaction. Also, an adapted timing of the sessions will allow participation in more timezones, globally.

Day 1 – Tuesday, September 08

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13.00 - 14.30 CEST

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Plenary Science & Behaviour

The intersection of thermodynamic science and social sciences, particularly on ecological and social thresholds and allocations, with the mindset shifts needed to shift from a growth obsessed monocapitalist economy to a regenerative and distributive multicapitalist economy.

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14.30 - 15.30 CEST

Break

Rejuvenating, Tension-Dissolving Mindful Movement for 15 minutes with Jennifer Dhyana Nucci

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15.30 - 17.00 CEST

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Plenary Finance & Growth

Economic growth theory embraced by Nobel Laureate William Nordhaus advocates for “optimal” global warming of 3.5C – a recipe for triggering a tipping point into hothouse Earth! r3.0 will release the Sustainable Finance Blueprint in this segment and discusses a financial market complementarity serving a regenerative & distributive economy.

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17.00 - 18.00 CEST

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Rejuvenating, Tension-Dissolving Mindful Movement for 15 minutes with Jennifer Dhyana Nucci

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18.00 - 19.30 CEST

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Plenary Value & Circularity

What is value – is it synonymous with money, or does it encompass a much broader expression that aligns with regenerative & distributive economy design? And how can we align a circular economy with a sustainable economy to ensure system value creation (beyond the current fad of impact valuation). r3.0 will release the Value Cycles Blueprint in this segment.

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19.30 - 20.30 CEST

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Rejuvenating, Tension-Dissolving Mindful Movement for 15 minutes with Jennifer Dhyana Nucci

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20.30 - 22.00 CEST

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Plenary Governance & Education

What new global, regional and local governance is needed to allow a regenerative & distributive economy to come into fruition, and how can shifts in funding priorities support the emergence of a regenerative & distributive economy? How must education transform to support the emergence of regenerative cultures? This focus-area will initiate work on the last two Blueprints in the second generation of r3.0 Blueprint development – the Governments / Mulilaterals / Foundations Blueprint and the Educational Transformation Blueprint – setting the stage for r3.0 to enter a full adaptation cycle for its Blueprints in 2021.

Day 2 – Wednesday, September 09

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14.00 - 14.10 CEST

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Interactive  Breakout 1st plenary (Science & Behaviour)

Introduction

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14.10 - 15.00 CEST

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Interactive  Breakout 1st plenary (Science & Behaviour)

PACE: Securing Vital Resources – the Decade to Deliver

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15.10 - 16.00 CEST

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Interactive  Breakout 1st plenary (Science & Behaviour)

SCALE: Respecting Thresholds & Allocations Globally

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16.10 - 17.00 CEST

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Interactive  Breakout 1st plenary (Science & Behaviour)

SCOPE: Accounting for Sustainability Across the Triple Bottom Line

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17.00 - 18.00 CEST

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Rejuvenating, Tension-Dissolving Mindful Movement for 15 minutes with Jennifer Dhyana Nucci

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18.00 - 18.10 CEST

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Market-Making Ideas And Solutions Part 1

Introduction

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18.10 - 19.00 CEST

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Market-Making Ideas And Solutions Part 1

Slot 1: The THRIVE Platform: A New Resource for Thresholds-Based Performance Assessment & Business Model Design

The THRIVE Platform is a conceptual framework and practical tool informed by the best available sciences. It combines the 12 foundational focus factors built on principles such as strong sustainability, context-based metrics, multi-capital and values-based innovation, to name a few, into the framework. It is offered as a free and openly available common good, which utilizes a systems thinking approach to entity model innovation, thus scale-linking entity strategy or model to sustainability performance. Through the process of systemic orchestration, leveraging backcasting techniques, it provides a dynamic science-based targeted assessment by connecting global thresholds and allocations with quantitative sustainability scores.

THRIVE Platform measures what matters most, by empowering society and provoking entities to flourish and providing guidance towards thrivability. For further information, including free access to the platform, visit THRIVE Project.

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19.10 - 20.00 CEST

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Market-Making Ideas And Solutions Part 1

Slot 2: MultiCapital Scorecard: Concept (Integrating Doughnut Thresholds) & Practice (at Cabot Creamery Cooperative)

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20.10 - 21.00 CEST

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Market-Making Ideas And Solutions Part 1

Slot 3: How Limited Companies & Cooperatives Break Regenerative Economies; and How the FairShares Commons Makes Them Antifragile.

Join us on a playful journey to found a company and compare two company stories from founding to exit to show what else we need to to create a regenerative and distributive economy because both are in the DNA of incorporation.

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Day 3 – Thursday, September 10

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14.00 - 14.10 CEST

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Interactive  Breakout 2nd plenary (Finance & Growth)

Introduction

 

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14.10 - 15.00 CEST

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Interactive  Breakout 2nd plenary (Finance & Growth)

PACE: Post-Growth for Intergenerational Equity

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15.10 - 16.00 CEST

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Interactive  Breakout 2nd plenary (Finance & Growth)

SCALE: Regenerative Finance from the Bioregional to the Global Scale

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16.10 - 17.00 CEST

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Interactive  Breakout 2nd plenary (Finance & Growth)

SCOPE: Delivering Sustainable Finance

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17.00 - 18.00 CEST

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Rejuvenating, Tension-Dissolving Mindful Movement for 15 minutes with Jennifer Dhyana Nucci

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18.00 - 18.10 CEST

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Market-Making Ideas And Solutions Part 2

Introduction

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18.10 - 19.00 CEST

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Market-Making Ideas And Solutions Part 2

Slot 4: Practical Tools for Designing, Managing, and Monitoring organizations and networks as Regenerative Living Systems.

“If you want to teach people a new way of thinking, don’t bother trying to teach them. Instead, give them a tool, the use of which will lead to new ways of thinking.” – Buckminster Fuller

The dominant model for organizational design and management today is that of a machine. We design our departments as gears to run “like a well-oiled machine”, treat our people as replaceable and expendable parts and ensure they “have enough bandwidth” and monitor our operations by checking if we have things “dialed in”. As a result, the design and management of our organizations is extracting from employees, communities, and our ecosystems. Alternatively, there is increasing interest in viewing our organizations and networks as living systems that regenerate the well-being of their employees, the communities they are a part of, and the ecosystems they depend on. While this new organizational paradigm is promising, the need for operational design, management and monitoring tools remain.
This session will share how nRhythm is using its Regenerative Framework and Organizational Health Index to design, operate, scale and monitor complex organizations and multi-sector networks as living systems. We will share practical examples from our work with diverse clientele from private manufacturing and agriculture businesses, architecture and law firms, non-profits/NGOs advancing racial equity to global networks working to regenerate grasslands and build regenerative economies.

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19.10 - 20.00 CEST

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Market-Making Ideas And Solutions Part 2

Slot 5: Market Traction – Innovating Strategy Development for Flourishing Enterprise Futures

 

This session will explore how the Business Evolution approach, including the Flourishing Strategy Design Method and other innovative design tools, were deployed to member firms of the Global Centre of Expertise – Norwegian Offshore Drilling and Engineering (GCE NODE) cluster. To accelerate the mobilization of this applied learning program globally, a train-the-trainer model is being employed that enabled GCE NODE to rapidly build the expertise needed to lead and scale delivery without support.  The success achieved has prompted GCE NODE to begin licensing the program and delivering training to other Norwegian clusters keen to bring this leading innovation to enterprises in their own sectors. The session will also examine the potential for applying the Business Evolution approach within the municipal sector, with a focus on an engagement recently established with the fastest growing city in Canada and an international applied research project being led at Wilfrid Laurier University and focused innovation in city planning.

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20.10 - 21.00 CEST

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Market-Making Ideas And Solutions Part 2

Slot 6: Redesigning Products and Value Chains using Digital Platforms

 

Based on blockchain use cases, this session will show how you can use digital platforms to redesign products and value chains. Moreover, it will focus on cloud technologies that support resilience, transparency, and sustainability in these volatile times and beyond.

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Day 4 – Friday, September 11

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14.00 - 14.10 CEST

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Interactive  Breakout 3rd plenary (Value & Circularity)

Introduction

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14.10 - 15.00 CEST

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Interactive  Breakout 3rd plenary (Value & Circularity)

PACE: Shifting to Economies as Ecosystems

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15.10 - 16.00 CEST

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Interactive  Breakout 3rd plenary (Value & Circularity)

SCALE: Seeding Circular Economies through Regional Doughnuts

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16.10 - 17.00 CEST

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Interactive  Breakout 3rd plenary (Value & Circularity)

SCOPE: The Value of Thrivability

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17.00 - 18.00 CEST

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Rejuvenating, Tension-Dissolving Mindful Movement for 15 minutes with Jennifer Dhyana Nucci

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18.00 - 18.10 CEST

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Interactive  Breakout 4th plenary (Governance & Education)

Introduction

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18.10 - 19.00 CEST

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Interactive  Breakout 4th plenary (Governance & Education)

PACE: Educational Transformation to Regenerative Holism

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19.10 - 20.00 CEST

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Interactive  Breakout 4th plenary (Governance & Education)

SCALE: Regenerative & Distributive Governance & Ownership

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20.10 - 21.00 CEST

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Interactive  Breakout 4th plenary (Governance & Education)

SCOPE: Transformative Governance & Bioregional Education

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21.00 - 21.30 CEST

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Conference Closing

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