Resource: Capital Institute

September 15, 2015


The Capital Institute’s Field Guide tells stories of projects and enterprises of the emerging Regenerative Economy. It is their attempt to link theory with practice, shining a light on how the Regenerative Economy is emerging in the real world.

The Capital Institute is a non-partisan think tank founded in 2010 by former JPMorgan Managing Director, John Fullerton. Their mission is to explore and effect the economic transition to a more just, regenerative, and thus sustainable way of living on Earth through the transformation of finance.

Through their thought leadership, storytelling, and activating projects they illuminate how the financial system can operate as a restorative, even regenerative agent, supporting a new way of living on Earth that promotes a shared social, economic, and ecological prosperity.

“A Year In The Life of a Regenerative Bank Project,” asks the question, Can a bank operate, not just for financial profit, but to support the health of a community and its natural systems?

We are a sought-after and trusted New Economy resource, committed equally to groundbreaking thought leadership, deep analysis of successful and transformative Regenerative Economy models, and the collaborative sharing of knowledge with partners and an expanding community around the world.

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