The Baseline Scenario

Posted: 25 Sep 2009 05:25 AM PDT The IMF Should Move To Europe The headline news from the G20 summit in Pittsburgh is that progress has been made on “IMF reform,” meaning increased voting power for emerging markets relative to rich countries – remember that West Europeans are greatly overrepresented …

ToYou from NewEnergyNews: September 25, 2009

NewEnergyNews Daily Headlines THINGS-TO-THINK-ABOUT FRIDAY, 9-25: * OBAMA CALLS FOR END TO OLD ENERGY’S EDGE * CLIMATE JUSTICE – WHAT THE PROTESTORS WANT * THE CHEAPEST, CLEANEST ENERGY THERE IS * UTILITIES BUY INTO EV $600 MIL WORTH * WORKING OUT KINKS IN CAP&TRADE YESTERDAY * HEADLINE: FORESEEING THE SMART …

The Baseline Scenario: The G20, The IMF, And Legitimacy

Posted: 29 Sep 2009 04:54 AM PDT Strong advocates of our new G20 process are convinced that it will bring legitimacy to international economic policy discussions, rule-making, and crisis interventions.  Certainly, it’s better than the G7/G8 pretending to run things – after all, who elected them?

Ecocities Emerging

Posted September 24, 2009 Welcome to the September 2009 edition of Ecocities Emerging, an initiative of Ecocity Builders and the International Ecocity Conference Series. Preparations for Ecocity World Summit 2009, December 13-15 in Istanbul continue to ramp up. Our keynote speaker line-up features some of the best ecocity practitioners out …

Confessions of a Radical Industrialist

Confessions of a Radical Industrialist by Ray C. Anderson, St. Martin’s Press, 2009 “Ray Anderson, iconic CEO of the sustainability movement, shares his story at last. Practical action and visionary wisdom for all sustainability practitioners. Don’t miss it! — Hazel Henderson

World Shift 2012 by Ervin Laszlo, Inner Traditions, 2009

World Shift 2012 by Ervin Laszlo, Inner Traditions, 2009 A stunning synthesis of scientific understanding and ethical imperatives.  Ervin Laszlo, the quintessential global citizen illuminates the action plans all over the world that are leading us to a safer, cleaner economy and a peaceful global society.  — Hazel Henderson