The Community Land Trust Reader, edited by John Emmeus Davis

Review by Hazel Henderson, author, Ethical Markets: Growing the Green Economy (2006) With the US housing market in deep disarray and millions of additional foreclosures expected in 2011, a more realistic approach to housing is desperately needed. Washington is still grid-locked on further financial reform beyond the Dodd-Frank law passed …

From ‘Peak Freak’ to Peak Chic

By Nick Hodge | Thursday, December 23rd, 2010 It’s a great time to be an Energy & Capital reader. It’s an even better time if you’ve been following our advice over the past five years. Since 2006, we’ve been bringing you practical investment analysis for the new energy economy. From …

Shaping Tomorrow Insight Newsletter: Pollution and health

Pollution may be having a far greater and longer lasting effect on our health than we realised. New research, while not yet conclusive, indicates potentially strong links with obesity, intelligence, autism and cancer. Consumers may demand action and governments may get tough on polluters. What is changing? Research in Spain …

Report: Connect U.S. Fund Event with UNSG Ban Ki-moon

Overview On December 14, 2010, the Connect U.S. Fund, in partnership with the Rockefeller Brothers Fund and with assistance from the Ford Foundation, the Ploughshares Fund, and the United Nations Foundation, held a community-wide meeting with over 150 participants and 16 high-level panelists, including keynote speaker UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon. …

Cost Details Of The Uk Offshore Wind Boom

Newenergynews Daily Headlines Click Here For Main Page: Http://Www.Newenergynews.Net/ Today At Newenergynews, 12-20: * Today’s Study: Cost Details Of The Uk Offshore Wind Boom * Quick News, 12-20: China Coming For U.S. Wind; New Illinois Wind; Feds Approve Power Line Pay Plan; Calif To R-A-M New Energy Sunday World, 12-19: …

Calvert Social Index Actions

Calvert Social Index Actions BETHESDA, Md.–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Calvert’s Sustainability Research Department has submitted the following recommendations regarding action within the Calvert Social Index®. If approved, the following recommendations will be effective when the Calvert Social Index Committee convenes its quarterly meeting in March 2011. ADDITIONS: None. DELETIONS: Universal Health Services, …