Skoll World Forum: Inclusive Economic Prosperity for All- An Integrated Stakeholder Approach
There is a massive need for investment in overlooked,
under-resourced, and underestimated communities across the United
States. The good news is that there are a growing number of
communities taking ownership of their economies. There are more
local developments and enterprises emerging that are helping to
build more just, inclusive, and sustainable communities and
economies. Learn about investable examples throughout the U.S.
that are deploying capital, real estate, policy, design, and
climate solutions to uplift their communities from within. This
conversation amongst Valerie Red-Horse Mohl
(East Bay Community Foundation), Michael
Peck (1 Worker 1 Vote), Damien
Goodmon (Downtown Crenshaw), Clay
Colombe (Rosebud Sioux Economy Development Corporation),
April De Simone (Trahan Architects), and
David Levine (moderator, American Sustainable
Business Network) covers compelling case-studies and the
necessary public policy solutions required to implement this work
on a broader scale.
This was an official Skoll World Forum Ecosystem Day event. Ecosystem Events are independently organized events that engage Forum attendees in discussing bold and equitable solutions to pressing social problems.