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Statement of ECG to the dialogue version of the German Sustainability Strategy

2020-11-20T11:01:26+01:00November 17th, 2020|

Economy for the Common Good (ECG) accepted the invitation of the German government and issued a joint statement on the German Sustainability Strategy. With the support of various politicians, scientists and entrepreneurs, ECG offered suggestions for additions to the sustainability strategy and illustrated the reasoning for these. The proposals aim to increase the binding [...]

Online conversation: Can a Different Market Economy Work in Practice?

2020-11-10T22:19:25+01:00November 6th, 2020|

The Future Markets Consultation, an initiative of an interdisciplinary group of researchers from four Dutch universities, has invited Luigi Zingales, co-developer of the Financial Trust Index and Christian Felber, initiator of the Economy for the Common Good, for an online discussion. The focus will be on the practical side of a new, different type [...]

Conference “Retail amb l’Economia del Bé Comú”

2020-11-10T22:32:33+01:00November 6th, 2020|

The organization Escodi is organizing the conference "Retail with the Economy of the Common Good" to present successful experiences of retail companies that have begun to apply the economic model of the Economy for the Common Good (ECG). The Austrian author Christian Felber and an a global citizen’s movement are working to implement a [...]

Profile Pictures Upside-Down

2020-11-10T22:33:38+01:00October 10th, 2020|

During the ECG's campaign around the 10-year anniversary of the movement, more than 300 social media profile pictures were placed upside-down to symbolize how our economy is upside-down. Since October 5th, we have been posting a daily message about how our economy follows false goals.

ForstBW – First State-Owned Company with Common Good Balance Sheet

2020-11-10T22:40:36+01:00October 1st, 2020|

ForstBW is the first state-owned company in Baden-Württemberg, Germany to complete a Common Good Balance Sheet. ForstBW administers all public forests in the German state of Baden-Württemberg. "The Balance Sheet is a comprehensive and transparent presentation of the company's orientation towards the Common Good. The external audit certifies that the  work is being done [...]

Important Signal for the Financial Services Industry

2020-11-10T22:42:24+01:00September 14th, 2020|

With the decision to draw up a Common Good Balance Sheet for the first time, the private insurance company Vorarlberger Landesversicherung (Austrian Life Insurance) has set itself the goal of helping improve business practices in all industries and helping companies reorient towards the common good. Between January 2019 and May 2020, the insurance company [...]

Lilly, Germany – first pharmaceutical company with Common Good Balance Sheet

2020-11-10T22:48:03+01:00August 28th, 2020|

Lilly Germany is the first pharmaceutical company to commit itself to the goals of the Economy for the Common Good. Nicole Weichelt and Oliver Stahl have accompanied the process from the beginning. Health Relations, the German publisher of medical publications, has interviewed Nicole Weichelt and Oliver Stahl about the obstacles, competitive advantages and the [...]

Award for ECG seminar of the University of Kassel, Germany

2020-11-10T22:51:27+01:00August 21st, 2020|

The course "Economy for the Common Good in the agricultural and food industry" was accepted to participate in the specialist program 2020 "LEHREn - Das Bündnis für Hochschullehre" (alliance for university teaching). The Toepfer Foundation selected the team of Prof. Dr. Christian Herzig, Johanna Stöhr and the coordinator of the Service Learning Center of [...]

Survey for the ECG

2020-08-18T20:33:51+02:00August 18th, 2020|

Students of 180 Degrees, the world's largest consultantcy for non-profits and social enterprises, are conducting a survey for the Economy for the Common Good. It takes about five to ten minutes to answer the 22 questions about our work and fundraising activities. The survey is fully anonymous and your answers contain no information about [...]

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