Announcing the 2023 Earth4All Action Week

The 2023 Earth4All Action Week: “Systems Change, not Climate Change!” is a two-week global initiative dedicated to sparking discussions on the need for economic systems change, organised by Earth4All and Rethinking Economics. It is happening November 1st to November 15th 2023 and it is open to anyone – individuals, organisations, businesses, and governments from around the world – who feels called to engage in conversations around the deep changes our world needs.

To participate, you can organise an event in your community to discuss the ways in which our economies must transform to better serve people and the planet, or you can join an event near you (or online).

The goal of the action week is to push world leaders to make transformative shifts in our economic system, placing the wellbeing of people and the planet at the forefront. It’s also an opportunity to connect with a vibrant community dedicated to building a sustainable and fair future.  

Are you inspired to organise an event during the Earth4All Action Week? Whether you’re a seasoned organiser or just taking your first step, we’ve got you covered. Our website offers a variety of resources and guides tailored to different activities.  

By initiating conversations, you play a key role in steering our economic system towards a brighter, more sustainable future. Join hands with fellow changemakers, spark dialogues that resonate, and help us upgrade our economy to serve both people and the planet.

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