Complete Package r3.0 Conference 2023 (Session 1-4)

99,00  excluding VAT

Session One: RESTORATIVE ECONOMICS – Redesigning economies to thrive through regeneration & distribution

To heal the harms wrought by predominant economic systems, we must collectively embrace more just, life-affirming economic systems that have long thrived on the margins. This session, which supports r3.0’s development of the new Regenerative & Distributive Economy Blueprint, invites positive maverick economists to share their vibrant work on re-asserting economies


Session Two: ESSENTIALS FOR SURVIVAL – Indigenous and Majority World voices, Technologies, and Struggles

Indigenous Peoples have cultivated cultures, value systems, and toolsets that have thrived for millennia, sustaining resilience into the present context of competing modernist / colonialist cultures, value systems, and toolsets that are inherently unsustainable and violent. In parallel, peasant farmers and other Majority World communities have similarly cultivated strategies for asserting food sovereignty, self-determination, and collective liberation in the face of the violence and unsustainability of predominant systems. Indigenous and Majority World voices have much wisdom to share in terms of surviving and thriving in the polycrises and systemic collapses increasingly unfolding.

Session Three: COMMON GOOD GOVERNANCE – Reorienting governance from individual ownership to collective stewardship models

The sun is setting on governance by institutions that entrench the status quo to defend the territories they “own,” and rising on governance in service of collectively stewarding the commons to cultivate abundant resource flows in perpetuity. This session continues to build on the activation of r3.0’s Funding Governance for Systemic Transformation Blueprint.


Session Four: TIPPING INTO PROSOCIAL NORMS – Triggering beneficial social norm tipping points to avert adverse tipping points

Social norms that reinforce antisocial outcomes (carbon hogging, extreme inequality, biodiversity destruction) and risk triggering catastrophic social & ecological tipping points, can be transformed by triggering beneficial tipping points into prosocial norms. Speakers in this session, which builds on r3.0’s thresholds & allocations work, explore the double-edged sword of tipping points.

Provocateurs Session 1:

  • Ashish Kothari
  • Hans Stegeman
  • Nwamaka Agbo 
  • Elizabeth Yeampierre


Provocateurs Session 2:

  • Vanessa de Oliveira Andreotti 
  • Dr. Lyla June Johnston 
  • Rohan Antony 
  • Beverly L. Longid

Provocateurs Session 3:

  • Graham Boyd 
  • Anneloes Smitsman 
  • Indy Johar 
  • Zlatina Tsvetkova 

Provocateurs Session 4:

  • Dr. Avit Bhowmik 
  • Dr. Jennifer Loughmiller-Cardinal 
  • Femke Sleegers
  • Ralph Thurm