Review Of Between Debt And The Devil

Review Of Between Debt And The Devil By Adair Turner   by: Hazel Henderson Hazel Henderson Green Economy, Circular Economy, long-term horizon, portfolio strategy Summary A review of Between Debt and the Devil, by Adair Turner. The book looks beyond superficial issues concerning global debt to deeper causes. It points …

The Evolving Philanthropy Industry

by Hazel Henderson for CSRWire Talkback, January 22, 2016 Since the crises of 2008, the global financial system has shaken many societies, causing job losses, homelessness, sluggish economies, overhangs of unrepayable debt with central banks trying stimulative exercises to substitute for failing fiscal policies and political will.  Financial markets retreated …

Want to Address Climate Change? We Need New Economic Models!

By Hazel Henderson for American Sustainable Business Council, asbcouncil.org, January 20, 2016 Robert Pollin, author of Greening the Global Economy and Joseph Romm of the Center for American Progress, author of Climate Change: What Everyone Needs to Know, are both influential in the USA but little known to global audiences.  …

Quality of Life Indicators in Context – US Employment January 2016

USA Update: January 2016 By Hazel Henderson Total nonfarm payroll employment in December rose by 292,000, a robust increase showing again that the real economy is healthier than Wall Street with its roiling volatility. The November rise by a revised 252,000 and October’s jobs were revised upward from 298,000 to …

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 …

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 …