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News, reports, articles, essays on and by Ethical Markets and Calvert-Henderson Quality of Life Indicators advisors and colleagues with expertise in growing the green economy and reforming global finance.

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Olympics Help Showcase Eco-Tourism Offered By Sustainability Pioneer Thais Corral

Olympics Help Showcase Eco-Tourism Offered By Sustainability Pioneer Thais Corral Thais Corral, named Woman of the Year in 2013 by the UN and Brazil’s Presidency, is moving Brazil towards the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by bringing ethical eco-tourism to Brazil’s forests.  Flourishing forest support good health and [...]

Barbara Marx Hubbard presents course on The Evolutionary Woman

Visionary Barbara Marx Hubbard explores the root patterns of how we think, live, and relate to each other that are changing. You likely feel this shift within yourself and see it reflected back in the universe. Join Barbara in taking the next step of conscious evolution.  We are literally growing into a new human possibility. Imagine being [...]

CSR and Sustainability – From the Margins to the Mainstream

CSR and Sustainability – From the Margins to the Mainstream

 by Michael Hopkins, originally posted by CSRWire, Dec. 16, 2015 New movements have emerged, often rooted in religious or ethnic identity. This shift is linked to the wider decline of progressive social movements, the loss of faith in universalist values, and the replacement of ideological politics with the politics of identity. CSR and [...]

Corporate Governance: the chaotic power of financial giants

Corporate Governance: the chaotic power of financial giants

Ladislau Dowbor March 7, 2016 There is a growing fear that the costs of global reach,  in terms of regulation and complexity, exceed the potential benefits.  ~The Economist, March 7th 2015 We are slowly beginning to understand the complexity of the corporate system, which today, for better or for worse rules the planet. On one hand, at [...]

Tri-Sector Forum – Singapore

From Washington to Singapore, where this coming week (28th April) the Singapore Management University is hosting the Tri-Sector Forum 2016. Grounded on the Tri-Sector Collaboration masters course on which I teach as a visiting prof., led by Ann Florini, who invented this ground-breaking course. The session I am running is on the collaborative [...]

Sinal do Vale Part 3 – University Student Program

Sinal do Vale Part 3 – University Student Program

Part 3 of Ethical Markets multi-part series on Sinal do Vale, an example of Community Development Solutions which reaches beyond borders, dives more deeply into student learning experiences. In Part 1, we learned about the vision for Sinal do Vale and the efforts of its founder, Thais Corral. Part 2 focused on student, business leader and tourist [...]

Sinal do Vale Part 2 – Rio Green Belt Learning Journeys

Sinal do Vale Part 2 – Rio Green Belt Learning Journeys

Part 2 of Ethical Markets multi-part series on Sinal do Vale, an example of Community Development Solutions which reaches beyond borders, focuses on student, business leader and tourist adventures through the sites, sounds, and tastes of an Atlantic Rainforest in Brazil. In Part 1, we learned about the vision for Sinal do Vale and the efforts of [...]

Honeybee Research Publication – Highlights from TED 2016

There's nothing that perks up a dreary mid-winter more than a week bursting with ideas and energy. We hope that our highlights from this year's TED conference give you a boost as well! With warm springy wishes - kc Honeybee #41

Pay it forward: the New Zealand town where your time is a currency

When the port town of Lyttleton was devastated by a series of earthquakes, time banking helped the community harness the resources to rebuild The port town of Lyttelton in New Zealand is best known for its beautiful landscapes and as a major trade gateway to the South Island. What visitors to the town might not know is that this is also the [...]

The Midas Monoculture Part 1 and Part 2

The Midas Monoculture Part 1 and Part 2

The Midas Monoculture Part 1 and Part 2 By Edgar Cahn, JD, PhD,  © 2016, all rights reserved These papers are works in progress.  Professor Cahn, an esteemed member of the Ethical Markets Research Advisory Board, welcomes feedback.   The Midas Monoculture-Part I   Midas: a Phrygian king who was given by Dionysus the power of [...]

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