Most of r3.0’s work is available to the general public through its library. Below you can find the most recent publications from r3.0.
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Ralph leads r3.0, a pre-competitive non-profit delivering Blueprints for reporting, data, accounting & integral business models for regenerative capitalism.
Aftermovie r3.0 Conference 2019 High resolution
r3.0 2019 Conference Day 1 Intro
Speaker: Ralph Thurm
r3.0 2019 Conference Day 1 Village 1
Speaker: Volkert Engelsman – EOSTA
r3.0 2019 Conference Day 1 Journey 1
Speakers: Lois Guthrie – WBCSD and Adam Garfunkel – Junxion
r3.0 2019 Conference Day 1 Sherpa 1 & 2
Speakers Sherpa 1: Andy Whitman – Manomet and Willem Ferwerda – Commonland
Speakers Sherpa 2: Andew Simms – The Rapid Transition Alliance and Kees Klomp – THRIVE Institute
r3.0 2019 Conference Day 1 Journey 2
Speakers: Martina Prox – FSLCI, Marcia Bos – Salut, Magdalena Matei – Scale of Significance and Erik Friedeberg – Manifesto
r3.0 2019 Conference Day 1 Village 2
Speakers: Laura Palmeiro – UN Global Compact, Mark Gough – Natural Capital Coalition and Michal Shinwell – OECD
r3.0 2019 Conference Day 2 Village 3
Speaker: Kate Raworth – Doughnut Economics and Joe Brewer – Capital Institute
r3.0 2019 Conference Day 2 Sherpa 3
Speakers: Tjeerd Krumpelman – ABN AMRO and Adrian de Groot Ruiz – Impact Institute
r3.0 2019 Conference Day 2 Journey 3
Speakers: Lauren Muusse – ING and Mairead Keigher – Shift
r3.0 2019 Conference Day 2 Village 4
Speakers: Richard Howitt – IIRC, Nora Bateson – International Bateson Insititute and Daniel Christian Wahl – Author, Designing Regenerative Cultures
r3.0 2019 Conference Day 2 Sherpa 4
Speakers: Kris Douma – UN PRI, Manuel Adamini – Climate Bonds Initiative, Rens van Tilburg – Sustainable Finance Lab and Adam Garfunkel – Junxion
r3.0 2019 Conference Day 2 Village 5
Speakers: Ralph Thurm – r3.0, Bill Baue – r3.0 and Peter Teuscher – BSD Consulting, an ELEVATE Company
r3.0 2019 Conference Day 2 Journey 4
Speakers: Floske Kusse – ING and Stefan Bringezu – UNEP International Resource Panel
r3.0 2018 Conference Movie
r3.0 2017 Conference Movie
July 1-3, 2019 New Business Model Conference, Berlin
r3.0 Managing Director Ralph Thurm presented the r3.0 Transformation Journey setup at the 4th New Business Model Conference in Berlin on July 1-3, 2019.
August 16,2018 Co-op Power, Florence, Massachusetts
June 27/28, 2018 New Business Model Conference, Sofia
Ralph spoke at the 3rd New Business Model Conference in Sofia, presenting the New Business Models Blueprintand the Transformation Journey Blueprint. The New Business Models Conference is instigated by a group of European Universities and invites papers on the topic of sustainable business model design. r3.0 recruited various academic participants from this group for the development of the New Business Model Blueprint.
June 25, Entrepreneurs for Entrepreneurs 2018 Annual General Meeting, Brussel
June 6, 2018 Sustainable Brand Conference, Vancouver
Other r3.0 Publications
Thomson Reuters Article
EXECUTIVE PERSPECTIVE: From Monocapitalism to Multicapitalism: 21st Century System Value Creation
r3.0 BASIC Event (February 2018)
Bill and Ralph gave a presentation entitled “ESG’s Illusions of Progress & Necessary Transformation,” echoing the quote by r3.0 Steering Board Member Brendan LeBlanc of EY: “The only thing more dangerous than no progress is the illusion of progress” at February 14, 2018 in Boston. Please feel free to share widely.
After posting r3.0’s ten-part article series, Sustainable Brands bundled the articles together into an eBook that it recently published. The eBook includes Forewords by SB Founder Koann Vikoren Skrzyniarz and Global Reporting Initiative Co-Founder (and Progressive Democrat Candidate for Masssachusetts Governor) Bob Massie.
GTAC Concept Note
We have been working closely with GRI Co-Founder Allen White, in his role as r3.0 Advocation Partner, to draft a Concept Note proposing a Global Thresholds & Allocations Council (GTAC) that can deliver validated thresholds and off-the-shelf allocation methodologies. Please see the Concept Note to get more information about the GTAC.