While economic development is disconnected from the objectives of improving health and education, reducing poverty, reducing unemployment, bringing well-being of the entire population, can the economy once again become a solution for the world of tomorrow?
Entrepreneurs and leaders committed to ecological and social transition prove that this is possible. The economy must and can change, but changes at the margins will not be enough to meet the challenges we face. A new model is needed as a renewed contract between the State and companies at the service of the common good.
More than 2,000 leaders committed to ecological and social transition have signed the Manifesto for the Economy of Tomorrow and proposed solutions to make 2022 the year of the social and environmental transformation of the economy.
See you on February 3 at 11 a.m. at the Museum of Natural History for the Manifesto for the Economy of Tomorrow press conference!