Ambassadeurs

ECG ambassadors

Ecogood stemmen
 

"We support the philosophy of Economy for the Common Good and are glad when we can motivate other companies to do the same."

Antje von Dewitz, Managing Director van VAUDE Sport GmbH & Co.KG

Ecogood stemmen
 

"Solidarity, environment and democracy must be on an equal footing with economics in a business strategy. We have already seen that an economy without ethics and measures does not function.”

Helmut Lind, Chairman of Sparda-Bank Munich eG (registered cooperative). The financial institution is considered the largest cooperative bank in Bavaria, with 234,000 members.

VIP endorsements

Ecogood voices
 

"The current economic system is a threat to democracy, social peace and human rights. (...) It is important that we commit ourselves to alternatives for democracy, solidarity and the environment Economy for the Common Good is a comprehensive alternative model that combines all of these values and is already taking root in practice."

Stéphane Hessel, french Resistance fighter, survivor of Buchenwald concentration camp, diplomat, poet, essayist, and political activist (* 1917 - + 2013)

Ecogood voices
 

"Bhutan’s philosophy of Gross National Happiness is an attempt to implement an alternative development paradigm that is centered on the Happiness of all the people and Wellbeing of all life forms. One fundamental condition to implement GNH is to change the way we conduct our economy. The Economy for the Common Good is key to forstering such a society based on collaboration, altruism, compassion and mindfulness. It is not an utopia, it is the very condition of the survival of our planet."

Ha Vinh Tho, Program Development Coordinator of the Gross National Happiness Centre in Bhutan

Economists who support the ECG

Ecogood voices
 

"The ECG is a viable alternative economy concept that is spreading in Europe and that asks the all-important question: What positive contribution does your organization bring to society? The ECG Matrix is an awesome tool to self-evaluate! At Business School Lausanne, it highlighted important blind spots that allowed us to sharpen our mission and embrace entirely new actions. Possibly the most significant strategic impulse at BSL in the past decade!"

Dr. Katrin Muff, Professor of Sustainability & Responsibility, Business School Lausanne

Ecogood voices
 

"Putting Economy for the Common Good into practice is perhaps the most important challenge of our generation."

Otto Scharmer, Senior Lecturer, MIT; co-founder, MITx u.lab