An ethic that embodies the responsible planning and management of Social, Environmental and Economic resources.
TRIPLE BOTTOM LINE
A community investment strategy and accounting framework that recognizes financial, social and natural resources and outcomes.
Something original and, as a consequence, new, that “breaks into” a market or society.
An aspirational concept in which a group of people are committed to looking forward and envisioning a possible future.
Individual and collective actions designed to identify and address issues of public concern.
The commitment of a diverse group to a shared solution using a structured form of collaboration.
The California Stewardship Network is an alliance of regional leaders committed to the economic, environmental and social wellbeing of our regions and our state. Our ongoing commitment is to grow our circle of steward leaders across California by documenting and sharing Promising Practices and by supporting the development of new regional stewardship teams.
California Economic Summit
December 3-4, 2020
The 2020 California Economic Summit is coming to Monterey!
The California Economic Summit has emerged as the only statewide venue with a comprehensive agenda for taking on the challenges of our time: reducing income inequality, increasing economic security and community resiliency in a time of climate change, bolstering wealth generation, and restoring upward mobility.
The Summit network of public-, private-, and civic-sector leaders has championed initiatives aimed at the triple bottom line: seeking to simultaneously advance economic growth, ensure environmental quality, and provide opportunity for all.
The 2020 California Economic Summit will come to the Monterey-Salinas region for the first time when it takes in December.
To access the 2020 Roadmap to Shared Prosperity, the work product of the 2019 Summit and the year round work plan for 2020, can be accessed online by clicking HERE for more information.
CSN member regions represent powerful innovation centers where business, community and government leaders are creating new pathways and new partnerships to achieve collective impacts throughout the state. Our commitment is to share these Promising Practices with others.