Universal Human Values Inspire Action

To co-create a new economic mainstream that contributes to regeneration, we can benefit from the fact that all around the world the vast majority of people believe in God’s benevolent creation or are inspired by secular values that are aligned with the regeneration of people and societies, nature and the climate.

Often secular and religious communities don’t collaborate to advance concrete solutions even though they share many objectives and values. They often don’t know how to communicate and work with each other. Their diversity makes them wonder whether to trust each other.

Future Economy Forum supports the collaboration of all people and institutions of good will to rapidly scale solutions that serve all stakeholders, including other species and nature. It is time to overcome our fragmentation so that together we can scale solutions.

  1. Looking up at trees in forest

    Religious Leaders for People, Biodiversity & Climate

    Large scale solutions that regenerate the climate and nature, people and societies need science and technology, good policy, business skills and massive ESG investments. The development and scaling of regenerative solutions also benefits from the deep inspiration of fundamental human values whether they are secular or religious.

  2. National team Sarvodaya

    Gandhian and Buddhist Inspired Action for Sri Lanka

    This Solution Initiative focuses on scaling the work of the Sarvodaya Movement in Sri Lanka and around the world. Sarvodaya was founded in the 1960s by Dr. A.T. Ariyaratne who is often referred to as ‘Sri Lanka’s Gandhi’ because of his transformational impact on many aspects of the country’s development.

  3. Vatican

    Vatican Commission & Laudato Si Action Platform

    At the outset of the pandemic, two of our founding partners were invited to join the Vatican’s COVID-19 Commission that advises Pope Francis and other Vatican leaders on systemic challenges and opportunities, including on One Health, Regenerative Finance and Global South Debt Relief and other economy and business, public policy and communications.