Is There Such A Thing Called Sustainable Capitalism? Not Just In The Sense Of Environment, But For The Sake Of Capitalism Itself.

Sustainability is a cheap karma buzzword all-too-easily sold to the innocent in many a context. Sold to the innocent because sustainability is an oxymoron of never-ending absolutism in stubborn denial that nothing in our universe is sustainable.

Instead, the strengthening of renewal is key to the prolonging of a mere proxy of sustainability. The agenda to secure the relativity of renewal entirely different from the agenda of the purported absolutism of sustainability.

Likewise, sustainable capitalism does not exist; only renewable capitalism can exist that prolongs its sustainability. For renewable capitalism to align itself with the renewal of its investible assets, capitalism must subjugate to the same meritocracy as its investible asset, which it currently does not — the reason why capitalism is presently behind the 8th ball in evolutionary excellence.

Moreover, in capitalism’s current form, as the thesis that determines what can be discovered (Einstein), using opaque and dogmatic theories filled with oligarchically controlled static monisms of risk hedging is fundamentally incompatible with the discovery of the diverse and dynamic merit of renewable assets, people.

The solution is simple, apply the same marketplace principles investible assets are bound by to finance, and the dynamic renewal of assets will begin to meet the dynamic renewal of its arbitrage more accurately — the dynamic renewal of capitalism as the only way to contribute to a moving target of evolutionary sustainability.

We must build better operating-systems for humanity to outlive a fly.

Join Georges October 27-29 in London, at the 2021 Climate Change Forum.

Let’s lead the world by example with new rigors of excellence we first and successfully apply to ourselves.

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