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

online

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.

Keynote Speakers:

Facilitators:

  • Bill Baue
  • Ralph Thurm
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14.30 - 15.30 CEST

Break

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15.30 - 17.00 CEST

online

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.

Keynote Speakers:

Facilitators:

  • Bill Baue
  • Ralph Thurm
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17.00 - 18.00 CEST

Break

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18.00 - 19.30 CEST

online

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.

Keynote Speakers:

Facilitators:

  • Bill Baue
  • Ralph Thurm
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19.30 - 20.30 CEST

Break

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20.30 - 22.00 CEST

Online

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.

Keynote Speakers:

Facilitators:

  • Bill Baue
  • Ralph Thurm

Day 2 – Wednesday, September 09

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14.00 - 17.00 CEST

online

Interactive  Breakout 1st plenary (Science & Behaviour)

PACE: Securing Vital Resources – the Decade to Deliver

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SCALE: Respecting Thresholds & Allocations Globally

Provocateur:

  • t.b.d.

Facilitator:

  • Bill Baue

SCOPE: Accounting for Sustainability Across the Triple Bottom Line

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Facilitator:

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17.00 - 18.00 CEST

Break

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18.00 - 21.00 CEST

online

Market-Making Ideas And Solutions Part 1

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

Presenter:

  • Morris Fedeli

 

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

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Slot 3: (t.b.d.)

Presenter:

  • Graham Boyd

 

Day 3 – Thursday, September 10

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14.00 - 17.00 CEST

online

Interactive  Breakout 2nd plenary (Finance & Growth)

PACE: Post-Growth for Intergenerational Equity

Provocateur:

  • Susan Paulson
  • Beth Stratford

Facilitator:

 

SCALE: Regenerative Finance from the Bioregional to the Global Scale

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SCOPE: Delivering Sustainable Finance

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Facilitator:

t.b.d.

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17.00 - 18.00 CEST

Break

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18.00 - 21.00 CEST

online

Market-Making Ideas And Solutions Part 2

Slot 4: (t.b.d.)

Slot 5: (t.b.d.)

Presenter:

  • Randy Sa’d

 

Slot 6: (t.b.d.)

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Day 4 – Friday, September 11

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14.00 - 17.00 CEST

online

Interactive  Breakout 3rd plenary (Value & Circularity)

PACE: Shifting to Economies as Ecosystems

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SCALE: Seeding Circular Economies through Regional Doughnuts

Provocateur:

  • t.b.d.

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SCOPE: The Value of Thrivability

Provocateur:

Facilitator:

  • Trae Ashlie-Garen

 

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17.00 - 18.00 CEST

Break

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18.00 - 21.00 CEST

online

Interactive  Breakout 4th plenary (Governance & Education)

PACE: Educational Transformation to Regenerative Holism

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SCALE: Regenerative & Distributive Governance & Ownership

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Facilitator:

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SCOPE: Education and Governance

Provocateur:

Facilitator:

  • Glenn Page

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21.00 - 21.30 CEST

Online

Conference Closing

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