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Financial Permaculture

Overview of the emerging Financial Permaculuture theory: Regenerating Earth, Culture and Self with Enterprise.
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Gregory Landua

on 2 April 2013

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Transcript of Financial Permaculture

Double click anywhere & add an idea Forest Garden Enterprise
Yield diversity
Biodiversity Intimate Investing Foundation:
Profitable Regenerative Enterprise
Fair and steady Return On Investment (ROI) for localized investments Financial Permaculture
Definition:

“Financial Permaculture” is the design and management of business and monetary systems that increase ecological health while meeting human needs. Financial Permaculture thinking can be applied to many different economic and business models, suited to specific circumstances and designed accordingly. FINANCIAL PERMACULTURE
Thriving Economies from Healthy Ecosystems. Participatory Design of Businesses

Facilitating successful participatory design is an art form, necessary to creating thriving local economies. The Transition movement offers us a glimpse into its power.
In our experience the nine phases of successful participatory design are:

Framing the discussion and design
Building community cohesion
Mapping the financial ecosystem (or other context)
Brainstorming
Narrowing the options
Digging into the details
Presenting the final projects to each other
Articulating achievable next steps and generating responsibility for those next steps.
Celebrating success. Schedule: Towards a shared model of value, and exchange.
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
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