Local Chapters form the backbone of our movement. Activists work to help implement ECG through organizing local events, contacting businesses and creating networks.
International groups work on specific topics such as consulting, auditing, communication, education and public speaking.
A global movement bringing together business, civil society and politics requires a strong organizational structure.
Many companies worldwide have already drawn up a Common Good Balance Sheet to document their contribution to the common good.
WHERE TO FIND US
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ECG Local Chapters
ECG Balanced Companies
Kate RaworthEconomist and author of Doughnut Economics
“Enterprise that is fit for the 21st century will be managed and measured by a far richer set of metrics […]. ECG is a pioneering example of how this can successfully be put into practice. This movement is proving that another way is possible […].”
Otto ScharmerSenior Lecturer at MIT, co-founder of the Presencing Institute
“Putting Economy for the Common Good into practice is perhaps the most important challenge of our generation.”
Riane EislerAuthor of The Chalice and the Blade
“We urgently need an Economy for the Common Good that values and rewards caring for people and for nature!”