THE NATURE OF PROSPERITY
We have initiated an extended public dialogue aimed at bringing together people from all walks of life and all sectors of society to develop new visions for a lasting and sustainable prosperity. Chaired by the former Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams, The Nature of Prosperity offers a stimulating environment for discussion and a creative forum for change.
#ProsperityIs | CUSP is exploring what it means to live a ‘good life’ within the ecological constraints of a finite planet. As part of this, we are developing a series of ‘sustainable prosperity narratives’: stories that describe sustainable, prosperous futures and how we might get there. Under the umbrella of our Nature of Prosperity dialogue, we launched a public engagement campaign to elicit the views of the wider community about what the nature of prosperity is. This and other projects will feed into the story-development process. We will test these stories using economic models.
1|2 Our vision for prosperity is one in which people everywhere have the capability to flourish as human beings – w/in planetary boundaries.
— CUSP (@CUSP_uk) May 16, 2016