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‘Books and Reviews’

Review Of The Seventh Sense: Power, Fortune And Survival In The Age Of Networks By Joshua Cooper Ramo

Summary Follows Joshua Cooper Ramo exploration through history of the rise of inter-connectivity. Looks to the future challenges of network topologies resembling old power brokers. Provides insights to the lessons Ramo believes essential for business and finance of tomorrow. Review of The Seventh Sense: Power, Fortune and [...]

The renewable energy transition is coming – are you ready?

The renewable energy transition is coming – are you ready?

The renewable energy transition is coming – are you ready?   “The future of renewable energy is obscured by ignorance, noise, ideology, and all sorts of misconceptions. Our Renewable Future describes the reality: the transition is possible, but it won’t be easy.” – Ugo Bardi The renewable energy future is [...]

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 [...]

Media Coverage on New World Companies and AHC Group Corporate Affiliates

THE FUTURE OF CAPITALISM:  A NEW WORLD VIEW OF SUCCESS Dr. Bruce Piasecki, member of Ethical Markets Advisory Board, explores what makes a global company great and what contributes to failure.  “A profound and insightful look at corporations that will endure and thrive in a world of increasing challenge, risk and opportunity.”   -- [...]

New Book from Daniel Wahl – Designing Regenerative Cultures

New Book from Daniel Wahl – Designing Regenerative Cultures

This book is a treasure for everyone who is looking for a guide to more sustainable living and a roadmap for re-designing our societies, regenerating our communities, cities and societies in harmony with natural systems and our home planet.  Author Daniel Wahl has deep experience to share, and his knowledge in this beautiful book will help all [...]

Review of Dark Money by Jane Meyer

Review of Dark Money by Jane Meyer

Review of Dark Money by Jane Meyer by Hazel Henderson Dark Money by Jane Meyer, Doubleday, 2016 Jane Meyer’s courageous expose, Dark Money, of what Hillary Clinton described as the “vast right wing conspiracy” offers shocking evidence of how billionaire libertarian donors unleashed by the Supreme Court’s Citizen United decision in [...]

Meaning of Life & the Universe

Meaning of Life & the Universe

Meaning of Life & the Universe By Mae-Wan Ho, World Scientific, ISBN 978-981-3108-85-1 (earliest publication date: April 2016) “A tour de force from one of the world’s pre-eminent scientists.  We are fortunate to have Dr. Mae Wan Ho on our Advisory Board. Hazel Henderson, Editor“ This collection of essays is selected from about [...]

Business Sustainability: Performance, Compliance, Accountability and Integrated Reporting by Zabihollah Rezaee, Greenleaf Publishing, UK, 2015

Business Sustainability: Performance, Compliance, Accountability and Integrated Reporting by Zabihollah Rezaee, Greenleaf Publishing, UK, 2015 Review by Rosalinda Sanquiche Business Sustainability by Zabihollah Rezaee attempts a comprehensive look at sustainability issues from a business perspective that is part philosophy, part MBA course [...]

Review Of 3 Books: Can The World Be Wrong?, Superforecasting, And Patterns Of Commoning

Summary Review of Can the World Be Wrong? by Doug Miller, dealing with global polling beyond politics as usual. Review relating Superforecasting by Philip Tetlock and Dan Gardner to polling work by Miller. Review relating Patterns of Commoning edited by David Bollier and Silke Helfrich to the commons gathering wisdom explored by Miller and [...]

Bread, Wine, Chocolate: The Slow Loss of Foods We Love by Simran Sethi, HarperOne, 2015

Bread, Wine, Chocolate: The Slow Loss of Foods We Love by Simran Sethi, HarperOne, 2015   Bread, Wine, Chocolate tells the story of the foods we are losing, how we’re losing them and the inspiring people and places that are bringing back the foods we love. Award-winning journalist Simran Sethi is on Ethical Markets Advisory Board and [...]

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