Acumen: Whatever it is, you're not providing any solutions or giving your brothers in the cause any ammunition to take to the front lines. We must have a bargain to persuade people, we can't just unload a bunch of principles and expect them to work it out by themselves.
You say you want the economy to be more in tune with natural law. Ok, so we don't use more than we have. We recycle as much as possible. We try to contain the waste that's harmful. Hopefully we nourish the nature we have left. Hopefully we gain understanding of the climate and do whatever it takes to balance things out - we may be in for a cold future, as far as I can tell.
Did I forget anything? Is that all the term covers? Or are we going to include fair tariffs? Making sure farmers with machetes aren't competing with oligarch food factories sounds pretty damn natural to me.
What about currencies? The value of a currency will NEVER be in accordance with nature. We could close the gap, but complete overview over resources is a utopian ideal.
The most important thing, I believe, is making the current economy economical. Today, it's all a game. Artificial as can be. Isn't that where your desire for organic economics stem from?
Amaterasu: Poor choice of words, but the question remains valid. It's costly to produce magnets and they are scarce in nature. (I know LFTRs may be a unique and excellent substitution for all energy production, but since I'm no physicist I'm bound to acclaim.)
As for money - don't you get it? Hoarders have control today. Lot's of people absolutely Love hoarding and so, the abundance must and will be rationed. We can't expect people to not abuse a free-for-all no-give-take-whatever system. At some level there must be control. You know, there is 1.2 BILLION catholics today. Are you sure we aren't going to need some precautions?