While decisions that will be taken during the coming COP21 will have a significant impact on the planet and future generations, close to 200 French and international experts met in Le Havre between September 16th and 18th during the 4th annual the Positive Economy Forum. Their goal: to design concrete and ambitious proposals to build a positive world for future generations in 2030.
Those experts, gathered in thematic workshops – the Positive Labs - were chosen for their diverse expertise and included public policy-makers, company leaders, NGO founders, academics and citizens, all working together.
This document isn’t just another report. It is the result of 25 workshops, on issues as diverse as the regulation of high-frequency trading, social businesses, the sharing economy, the protection of biodiversity, food security (and many more), with a common denominator: the interest of future generations.
The proposals – around 100 – are gathered in a final report called “Build in 2030 a positive world for the future generations” given to the French President on October, 13th, 2015. It has been translated and widely spread to international decision-makers.
This document has been produced in partnership with Youphil Media and communities.