The current economic system is an extremely well developed intelligent and intricate globalised process. It has been the backbone of our human development for centuries and the remedy to multiple human ills threatening our very physical existence. However, from standing tall on the shoulders of our predecessors, we can also call the globalised economy to have become the human organising pipe-lined process of hierarchical wealth-making the root cause of the multiple sustainability crisis we have at our hand in the turbulent beginning of the 30th century of the new millenia. The world economic system, whether you focus on its globalised, capitalistic, or neo-liberal features, has if not the most impact at least unbreakable ties to the environmental degradation due to the whole history wealth generation off the natural resources, to the societal illnesses such as inequality, migration, health and general wellbeing, and to lastly – to the very processes of economy itself creating a perpetual machinery of concurrent benefiters and disadvantaged. While governmental forms, economic models, cultural and knowledge paradigms have shifted, what has pertained is the human hunger for endless growth and the monetisation of all that exists. While we follow this certain path of development, we constantly strengthen the top hierarchy of this faulty world organising system—the economy as the undebatable source of human wellbeing.