Slow Money is asking Americans to rethink their investments – distant investments in abstract schemes or local investments that will benefit our communities. Boulder, Colorado (April 29-30, 2013)
Though people are only recently coming out on the streets, voicing change, there have been efforts already in play to tackle these very same issues and bring about global change. Out of the many movements that are contributing to this big shift, I’ll like to highlight four that are focused on bringing systemic change.
At the Slow Money gathering the 30 food entrepreneurs who pitched are playing a crucial role in their communities and collectively making a big impact in getting America to eat right, there are three that I’ll like to highlight here simply because of their potential to go big and have a nation wide impact.