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Sustainability and Wealth

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Guest: Dick Wagner. Richard B. Wagner, JD, CFP® has been a thought leader in the financial planning world for twenty-five years and is a past president of the Institute for Certified Financial Planners. Dick is a radical thinker about the very nature of wealth and money. Conventional thinking about economics would tell us that money is an objective store of value, that growth is essential, and that money must by definition be scarce. What if someone told you that all of your assumptions about money are, well.... cultural artifacts, not objective truth? Dick will talk about how our assumptions about the nature of money have contributed to both environmental degradation and a devaluing and underfunding of services like education and health care. And, he will offer his thoughts on new stories about wealth and money that offer us a way forward.

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