Climate change is supercharging a hot and dangerous summer

Climate change is supercharging a hot and dangerous summer by Joel Achenbach and Angela Fritz Washington Post, July 26 at 6:49 PM Tornadoes, floods, fires and more: Here are five crazy weather events from around the world since May 2018. (Allie Caren/The Washington Post) by Joel Achenbach and Angela Fritz …

“How To Smash Bias in Human-Trained Machine Intelligence “NATURE Feature

“Ethical Markets highlights the article on biases in current algorithms  and how to make them fair (scroll down to  Features  & Opinion). The authors  still use in their title the misnomer AI for “artificial intelligence“.  This misnomer needs to be corrected to  reflect the actual reality as HTMI (human-trained machine …

Business vs. Nature Isn’t Working

“Ethical Markets recommends this deep dive into the work of our partner Biomimicry 3.8. I am also an early investor in this wonderful consulting company, and we co-developed the financial tool “Principles of Ethical Biomimicry Finance“ a turnkey knowledge system available for licensing to asset managers wanting to learn this …

Grasslands more reliable carbon sink than trees: In wildfire-prone California, grasslands a less vulnerable carbon offset than forests

‘This research comports with Ethical Markets findings in our Green Transition Scoreboard 2018 “CAPTURING CO2 WHILE IMPROVING HUMAN NUTRITION & HEALTH” now a free download at www.ethiclmarkets.com ~Hazel Henderson, Editor“ Grasslands more reliable carbon sink than trees: In wildfire-prone California, grasslands a less vulnerable carbon offset than forests https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2018/07/180709202909.htm   …

A Thai Cave and the Positive Power of Globalism |

“Ethical Markets agrees with Stephan Richter, editor of The Globalist in highlighting the good news of globalization we saw with the inspiring  solidarity of the global diving experts and their amazing bravery, as well as the deep humanitarian interest around the world for the 12 boys and their coach. As …

China’s emissions reversal cause for ‘cautious optimism’ says study

China’s emissions reversal cause for ‘cautious optimism’ says study https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2018/07/180702111154.htm   The decline in China’s carbon emissions is likely to be sustained if changes to the country’s industrial structure and energy efficiency continue, according to new research.

Climate: Clean power is not enough: More climate action in industry, transport and building sectors needed to meet Paris climate targets

“Ethical Markets recommends this research since it comports with our findings in our Green Transition Scoreboard 2018, “Capturing CO2 While Improving Human Nutrition & Health“  now a download at www.ethicalmarkets.com   CO2 capture is now essential, as well as accelerating the transition from fossil sectors and infrastructure toward green, renewable circular-designed …

IAI Bulletin – Vol. 172 No. 43 – 26th Meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the Inter-American Institute for Global Change Research – Summary

IAI Bulletin Volume 172 Number 43 | Sunday, 24 June 2018 Summary of the 26th Meeting of the Parties to the Inter-American Institute for Global Change Research 20-21 June 2018 | Antigua, Guatemala Languages: EN (HTML/PDF) Visit our IISD/ENB+ Meeting Coverage from Antigua, Guatemala at: http://enb.iisd.org/iai/cop26/ The 26th meeting of the …