Oiconomy is a sustainable economy.
The common economy fails to be sustainable, because some major types of costs are not included in economical considerations. Oiconomy is based on real prices. read more
A convenient truth, a solution to an inconvenient truth.
Al Gore showed us how mankind is on the road to destruction. The Oiconomy foundation presents a possible way out. read more
Sustainability has become a fashion word. We talk about it every day, but do we have a common definition? read more
The Oiconomy Standard is a comprehensive standard on the determination of product sustainability, expressed in monetary unit and including both ecological, social and economical issues. It measures the preventive costs for all types of unsustainability read more
The Eco Social Cost Unit (ESCU) is introduced to transfer the hidden costs through the supply chain and as a sustainability indicator, just like costs are transfered. read more
A sustainable economy without growth……..is it possible? We see a possibility and are doing research to prove it. read more
Want to determine the sustainability score of a product? We are working on an objective, exact and comprehensive method and seek businesses to help developing. read more
Oiconomy is a sustainable economy, an economy which provides a man worthy existence to all current and future generations of people and other species.
The current economy insufficiently considers nature, climate, future generations and poverty of the weak. Damage done to these is insufficiently paid for. Products have hidden costs. Oiconomy is based on the free market, but on real prices.
If products would have their real price, the consumer only needs to buy the cheapest product in order to stimulate sustainability and market competition will primarily be based on prevention of ecological and social damage. In the current economy a great part of ecological and social costs remain hidden.
First requirement to internalize all externalities to the economy, is to measure the hidden prices, which is the first goal of the Oiconomy Foundation. download complete file (pdf)