What kind of world do we want to live in?
Envisage a world where inequality is shrinking, where natural resources are regenerated and people can benefit from shared prosperity. In Impact, Sir Ronald Cohen proposes a new theory about how the Impact Revolution will enable us to achieve systemic social and environmental improvement.
Impact investing is about creating a chain reaction. One that brings innovation to the stakeholders whose engagement is crucial to tackling massive social and environmental challenges at scale. One that changes the mindset and behavior of investors, philanthropists, entrepreneurs, social organizations, big business, governments and the general public and places impact at the center of our decision-making.
The Impact Revolution is already transforming the way we think about social responsibility, business models and investment. It is beginning to change our economies, turning them into powerful engines that drive capital to achieve impact alongside profit. We can already see it marking the 21st century as much as the tech revolution marked the 20th.
Billions of people’s lives depend on the success of the Impact Revolution. There has never been a more tangible opportunity.