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Ideas and questions I sought to test based on Investing from a Regenerative Mind included having the framework in the back of my head, while doing interviews regarding a local capital…

Evolving the Role and Practice of investment — Part 3

By Sidney Cano and Ben Haggard (with The Regenerative Economy Collaborative).

Start from the begining — Part 1

A regenerative investment approach will require rethinking assumptions about what success is and how to measure it.

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Assessing if investments are Regenerative

To some extent, current impact investment practices are locked in by the metrics they use…

Evolving the Role and Practice of investment — Part 2

By Sidney Cano and Ben Haggard (with The Regenerative Economy Collaborative)

Regenerative investment is not really about what one invests in. It’s about how one thinks about investment and its effects. It depends upon investors who are willing to invest themselves.

Find Part 1 of the series

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Making higher order…

Evolving the Role and Practice of investment — Part 1

By Sidney Cano and Ben Haggard (with The Regenerative Economy Collaborative)

Banks, funds, corporations, and individuals are increasingly embracing the concept of impact investment, which seeks to use financial capital as a tool for creating improvement in the world. Impact investors generally focus on a particular need — such as…

A new way to organize for the emergence of a regenerative economy

By Sidney Cano (Author) and Karryn Olson (Editor) with The Regenerative Economy Collaborative

To start from the beginning, find Part 1 of this series

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Let´s dive deeper into a point made earlier — the shift towards Regenerative Economy requires all social actors (not just those institutions and individuals directly involved…

Embracing a new role

By Sidney Cano (Author) and Karryn Olson (Editor) with The Regenerative Economy Collaborative

To start from the beginning, find Part 1 of this series

As stated before, there is a need for us to change how we approach and work on change.

To summarize so far, the current tendency is…

A deep shift towards a regenerative economy: a developmental approach

By Sidney Cano (Author) and Karryn Olson (Editor) with The Regenerative Economy Collaborative

To start from the beginning, find Part 1 of this series

Since ancient times, humanity has formed various conceptions of both economics and how we relate to living systems. So what does it really take to make…

Beyond implementing models and processes: the need to enable societies to manifest a paradigm shift

By Sidney Cano (Author) and Karryn Olson (Editor) with The Regenerative Economy Collaborative

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In recent decades, we have heard of the need to change the economic dynamics we´ve developed as humanity up to today. In many circles, it is now accepted as a fact that the current system is limited…

Deep change requires more than knowledge. It takes ongoing inner work to engage in and with life differently.

Let´s set us for a meaningful and deep change process… This calls us to engage in a developmental path: to evolve our capacity to contribute to vitality, viability and evolution of a…

Regeneration is not a method, not a model, not a set of tools. It’s a commitment to a new Life Paradigm in order to realize the evolutionary potential of Life.

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“Regeneration is a process that only happens in Living Systems. It requires us to learn to see and work with…

Sidney Cano

Towards a New Economy / CIO @Grupo DUIT (Latam) /Transformative Investment / Boards of Advise / Entrepeneurial Spirit / Innovation

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