Co-organised by Earth4All and Rethinking Economics
Ahead of COP28, Earth4All joined forces with people around the globe to challenge world leaders to fundamentally transform the economic system so that it prioritises wellbeing for all and a healthy planet.
Over 20 events took place as part of the 2023 Earth4All Action Week, where people discussed how our economies must change to better serve people and the planet.
By kickstarting and engaging in conversations, you are actively participating in the shift towards a new economic system. Together, let’s seize this opportunity to create dialogues, bring more people onboard and reshape our economy so that it serves people and planet.
Check out our guides on how to organise a workshop on storytelling, a book club or a discussion using our Earth4All card game.
Use the “Inspired by Earth4All logo” for your communications. Don’t forget to tag us on social media and use the hashtags #Earth4All and #TalkSystemsChange.
Discover our visuals, videos, brand guidelines and charts in our Earth4All communications toolkit.
The Earth4All Action Week is co-organised by the Earth4All initiative and Rethinking Economics.
You can create your own event and invite your neighbours, family, or community to participate. You have a wide array of event options to choose from, including book clubs, workshops, and presentations. Or, you can participate in events organised near you or online. Check out the map for Action Week events to find one or more that interest you.
While we cannot offer individual logistical or financial support to organisations and individuals during the Action Week, we’ve designed comprehensive guides containing practical instructions for event organisation.
Furthermore, we’ll be happy to assist you in promoting your event and reaching a wider audience. To do this, please register your event on our website and mention us on social media so that we can share your post. Remember to include our #Earth4All and #TalkSystemsChange hashtag for visibility.
Disclaimer: we reserve the right to withhold approval for an event and shall not be held responsible for an event’s content.