The Billion Trees Challenge Tuesday August 20 at 6 PM Eastern Daylight Time – on We, The World’s Online Interactive Welcome to WE! Show

We, The World’s Online Interactive Welcome to WE! Show THE BILLION TREES CHALLENGE Panel Discussion and Online Broadcast Tuesday AUGUST 20 at 6 PM Eastern Daylight Time Watch Live or the Video Recording at https://www.facebook.com/TheWeCampaign Hosted by Karen Palmer and Rick Ulfik   To participate in this Live Interactive Broadcast …

As Beef Gets Booted Out of College Campuses, Meat Companies Take Note

As Beef Gets Booted Out of College Campuses, Meat Companies Take Note By Leon Kaye   Meat companies beware: Lucrative contracts with cafeterias could soon be a thing of the past. Many of these firms are already responding with alternatives. Tokyo Olympics Striving to Connect Environment and Economy By Kate …

SDG Update – 13 August 2019

NEWS Diverging Views Delay Conclusion of Negotiations on Universal Health Coverage Declaration 9 August 2019: The political declaration on universal health coverage is still under negotiation after the latest draft failed to garner consensus approval. The text is being prepared ahead of the UN General Assembly’s (UNGA) high-level meeting on …

WORLDPULSE : A voice from Kashmir, plus new resources for women

What’s New This Week |  16 August This week, scroll on to connect with this week’s rising voice from Kashmir, explore featured resources, and don’t forget—no matter how big or small, your story matters and our global community is always here to listen. Log On Voices Rising Leave a comment to …

The missing women in finance

The missing women in finance Could India’s financial industry employ many and now more educated women seeking work outside their homes? Can palm oil enter the circular economy? A waste product of crude palm oil is grossly under-explored despite it having the potential to electrify the energy-poor rural villages and …

Carbon-zero flying; meatless profit; AI startups in Africa

On the Agenda A bigger film industry than Hollywood. 5 key facts about Nigeria. Meatless profit. The food industry responds to the alternative protein boom. Global networks, new epidemics and climate change. Why Rome fell. Autism and other competitive advantages. The opportunity in neurodiversity. Where high tech struggles for funding. …

Whats new this Autumn

Schumacher College August Short Courses See all of our courses – ONLINE NOW We want to inspire you to change the way you do – or consider – business In this exciting new programme we will show you how it is possible to run an enterprise with regard for people, …

CELEBRATE The International Day of Peace 21 September 2019

CELEBRATE The International Day of Peace  21 September 2019   2019 Theme: CLIMATE ACTION FOR PEACE   Each year the International Day of Peace is observed around the world on 21 September. The United Nations General Assembly has declared this as a day devoted to strengthening the ideals of peace, both …

Making the Most of National Farmers’ Market Week

“Ethical Markets recommends this “Foodprint” newsletter, covering many of the issues we also follow on reforming our global food system. ~Hazel Henderson, Editor“ It’s National Farmers’ Market Week, giving us the perfect excuse to celebrate farmers and the markets in our communities that bring us joy, delicious fresh produce, pasture-raised …

In Memoriam: WFS Founder Edward Cornish (1927-2019)

“Ethical Markets  salutes the lifelong achievements of  Edward Cornish, founder and President of the World Future Society  (WFS) and its magazine THE FUTURIST. I joined the WFS in the late 1960s and was inspired and intellectually awakened by my associations with Ed and so many WFS members, including Alvin and …