Systemic regeneration — maybe it’s a good solution for our economy

  1. People: ourselves, by reconnecting to purpose, passions, excellences, to our body and emotions, to our relation to earth and common good. Healthy lifestyles (https://www.bluezones.com/). Healthy management styles and social structures. Collective intelligence serving progress.
  2. Our Biotope: replanting diversified biotopes, gardens, forests, switch from extractive chemical agroculture, to regenerative for soils. Villages and people around should be able to live from, in and by thoses biotopes, with new ecosystems of jobs in those bufferzones (agriculture, eco-building,…).
  3. Economy: work on the nextgen jobs which are based on profitable, efficient regenerative “multisolutions” business models. Yes, they exist, and they can/should be built near existing businesses, as ecosystems of new teams and exciting nextgen businesses, capitalizing on the best of what we have (www.kairosmultisolutions.org).

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Michel A. de Kemmeter

Michel A. de Kemmeter

Expert in economic transition, keynote speaker, author, consultant and investor. Professor @VUB Vesalius College. Inventor of the “Systemic Economy” model.