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How a less energy intensive and more regenerative economy will allow the developing the world to advance without breaching ecological boundaries.

In this episode you’ll learn:

  • What is the difference between circular and linear supply chains.
  • What is doughnut economics?
  • What are adaptive preferences and how they led David to trade in a BMW 650i for a Toyota Prius.
  • How electric vehicles and the proliferation of solar panels are leading to a less energy-intensive economy.
  • How the reduction of litter is an example of changing culture.


Thanks to NetSuite and Dashlane for sponsoring the episode.

For show notes and more information on this episode click here.

  • [0:20] Creating a global economy that is better—not bigger.
  • [3:18] A circular economy is better than a linear one.
  • [6:20] The growth constraints of a circular economy.
  • [9:08] Being wise in our aspirations.
  • [12:55] David’s Tesla experience changed his perspective on investments.
  • [14:52] The power of energy transitions.
  • [18:02] Making more economical choices concerning energy transitions.
  • [20:04] How are we judging our well-being?
  • [23:07] Redefining what we consider beautiful.
  • [24:17] Making a better global economy begins with you.


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