What if the legally required AGM becomes not an Annual General Meeting but an Annual Generational Meeting, considering generations past, present and future?

What if it evolves to serve generations of humans and of all living beings, as kin within the living ecologies we form together?

What if it becomes a gathering not only of shareholders but of careholders?

This is the necessary near-future of organizational governance, and the shift is already underway. More of us have ears to hear the wisdom within this fundamentally Indigenous approach to governance. And it’s getting harder to ignore the dire consequences of the dominant, myopic approach. Our legal structures and practices are starting to adapt in response.

What will it take to bring the Annual Gener(ation)al Meeting to life?

To get us started, here’s a lovely example of a company legally putting nature on the board:

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