An article highlighting <a href="/live/profiles/1131-jay-friedlander" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">Jay Friedlander</a>'s concept of <a href="/live/news/1024-from-sustainability-to-abundance-ssirorg" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">the Abundance Cycle</a>, which shifts economic focus from scarcity to abundance, is featured as one of ten popular Stanford Social Innovation Review articles on climate change solutions.An article highlighting Jay Friedlander's concept of the Abundance Cycle, which shifts economic focus from scarcity to abundance, is featured as one of ten popular Stanford Social Innovation Review articles on climate change solutions.

When it comes to protecting and restoring our planet, shifting the terminology we use could radically increase people’s willingness to act. Jay Friedlander of College of the Atlantic champions a transition from thinking in terms of sustainability and scarcity to thinking in terms of abundance. This alternative mindset has the ability to expand economic opportunity, spur innovation, and strengthen communities, ultimately benefiting what he dubs the “3 Ps”: people, profit, and the planet.

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