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The Real Meaning of Growth in a Sustainable World. Interview to Hazel Henderson

The Real Meaning of Growth in a Sustainable World. Interview to Hazel Henderson

“This is a time for action,” writes Peter Drucker in Knowledge Society. And “active” seems the right word to define the life of Hazel Henderson who, from starting the civic movement Citizens for Clean Air to tackle air pollution in New York City, developed into a futurist, sustainable development consultant and economic writer. In the [...]

Opinion: NGOs Still Leading the Global Debate on Climate

Opinion: NGOs Still Leading the Global Debate on Climate

Opinion: NGOs Still Leading the Global Debate on Climate Hazel Henderson, president of Ethical Markets Media (USA and Brazil) and author of Mapping the Global Transition to the Solar Age and other books. ST. AUGUSTINE, Florida, Dec 2 2015 (IPS) - Civil society organizations, known as NGOs, have for decades used their non-government status to [...]

Quality of Life Indicators in Context – US Employment December 2015

USA Update: December 2015 By Hazel Henderson Total nonfarm payroll employment in November rose by 211,000 and October’s jobs were revised upward from 271,000 to 298,000. September’s137,000 was revised upward to 145,000 and August’s were revised upward from 136,000 to 153,000. The unemployment rate is 5.0% with 7.9 million people still [...]

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 [...]

RISKS! WHAT RISKS?

By Hazel Henderson © 2015, originally posted by Inter Press Service, Nov. 17, 2015 We humans are acutely aware of risks. From our earliest times, the risks we faced were from hunger, predatory animals, extreme environmental conditions, and as our numbers grew, from other human tribes. Fast forward to our growing mastery of nature, [...]

Applied Research Qualify of Life journal features Hazel Henderson as pioneer

The article Hazel Henderson: A Pioneer in Social Indicators and Quality of Life Research has now been published in Applied Research in Quality of Life: Volume 10, Issue 4 (2015), Page 761-763. DOI 10.1007/s11482-015-9421-z. The article profiles Hazel Henderson’s work in defining quality of life issues. For link to article, go to [...]

Quality of Life Indicators in Context – November 2015

USA Update: November 2015 by Hazel Henderson Total nonfarm payroll employment in October rose by 271,000 while September’s142,000 was revised downward to 137,000 and August’s were revised upward from 136,000 to 153,000. The unemployment rate is 5.0% with 7.9 million people still looking to join the labor force. Wall Street is still [...]

OPINION: Time to Reform the Global Casino

OPINION: Time to Reform the Global Casino

OPINION: Time to Reform the Global Casino ST. AUGUSTINE, Florida, Oct 20 2015 (IPS) - The year 2015 highlights the global shift from traditional money-based, gross domestic product (GDP)-measured economic growth to the new models of sustainable, inclusive human development embodied in the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) [...]

Facing Up to Inequality

Facing Up to Inequality

My broader look at Facing Up to Inequality on a global level explored the erosion of jobs due to automation, the part-timing of the workforce in the “shareconomy” via Uber, TaskRabbit and the reemergence of guaranteed minimum incomes first advocated in the 1960s by Milton Friedman as a “negative income tax.”  Today, all these approaches [...]

Quality of Life Issues in Context – US Employment October 2015

By Hazel Henderson, originally posted at EthicalMarketsQualityofLife.com USA Update: October 2015 Total nonfarm payroll employment in September increased by 142,000 and August’s were revised down from 173,000 to 136,000, and the July revision decreased from 245,000 to 223,000. The unemployment rate remained at 5.1% with 7.9 million [...]

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