Yesterday I attended the first-year anniversary of De Nieuwe Liefde, a cultural centre for debate, reflection and connection. Keynote speaker was Herman Wijffels. After so much he has done, he is now one of the members of the sustainable finance lab. He had a clear, inspiring lecture about the need for change. The idea of how to use money, how to organise society, how to deal with natural resources, how to organise the economy; all these have to shift. From linear to circular, from pyramid to network, from greediness to subservience, from ultra-specialism to broad views. We need the so-called cultural creatives, he said: people who take their responsibility and act as part of a whole and not just for their own good. That might be a slow development, but think of the 'tipping point theory': how little things can make the change. He's a real visionair, and one of my heroes.