Money Isn’t What You Think It Is, nor is debt – Hazel Henderson and Guests Live on SDGs – October 8th and 22nd.

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Steering Societies Beyond GDP to the SDGs

-Two Sixty Minute Webinars-

In SSF’s Tracking and Steering the Global Green Transition Series

with Hazel Henderson and Guests


Register Here For: October 22 – Claudine Schneider

The next two webinars in the SSF series, with ecological economist and futurist Hazel Henderson, will address how the UN SDGs can and should replace GDP as the basis for valuing society leading to an economy based on planetary protection and human wellbeing.


GDP accounts for all the public expenditures as “debt” while ignoring the value of the assets they created. If GDP were to be corrected by including the missing asset account, these debt-to-GDP ratios would be cut by up to 50% — with a few keystrokes! Learn why money isn’t what you think it is and why that matters to life on Earth in the next two webinars with Hazel and guests.

October 8th Webinar with Vicki Robin and Hazel

Vicki Robin is a prolific social innovator, writer and speaker. She is coauthor with Joe Dominguez of the international best-seller, Your Money or Your Life: Transforming Your Relationship With Money and Achieving Financial Independence. Vicki hosts the podcast/YouTube interview series, What Could Possibly Go Right?, inviting cultural scouts to shine a light on what’s emerging as the pandemic and economic contraction unravel the old normal.

October 22nd webinar with Claudine Schneider and Hazel

Claudine Schneider is a former Republican U.S. representative from Rhode Island. She was the first, and to date only, woman elected to Congress from Rhode Island. She is founder of Republicans for Integrity, which describes itself as a network of “Republican former Members of Congress who feel compelled to remind Republican voters about the fundamentals of our party and to provide the facts about incumbents’ voting records.”