Mankind is in crisis
In the effort to generate wealth and well-being for the Earth’s 7 billion human inhabitants, we have inadvertently created global crises. They involve every nation, and have the potential to affect every human life.
On the whole, mankind is richer (perhaps use different language: “more well-off”, “more capable of surviving”, “more well-to-do”) than ever before, yet humans still aren’t capable of spreading this evenly across society.
Society has come to rely on money to create secure and comfortable lives for its people, but the currencies that we depend on are crumbling beneath our feet.
In the mean time, humans are degrading the ecosystems and natural resources on which our lives truly depend. Without a change here, mankind will have little to no chance of survival.
Inclusive wealth can help
Society is in desperate need of a change. Chasing after the wrong ideals has led us to the crises we are currently experiencing. The inclusive wealth index can act as a reset button for our priorities. An inclusive approach to calculating wealth opens the spectrum of how we measure success, and reflects our common desire for health and well-being across generations.