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‘Reforming Global Finance’

News, opinion, proposals for reforming finance at global and national levels. Tracks new laws to curb speculative finance, transaction taxes and how financiers caused the collapse of 2008-9. News on monetary-systems reform of the Federal Reserve, IMF, World Bank, BIS and central banks.

Relates to: SRI, Transforming Finance, Beyond GDP, Community Development Solutions, Reports You Need, EthicalMarkets.tv

‘YOUTH LENS’ BRINGS DEVELOPMENT CHALLENGES INTO SHARPER FOCUS AT UN FORUM

‘YOUTH LENS’ BRINGS DEVELOPMENT CHALLENGES INTO SHARPER FOCUS AT UN FORUM

New York Feb 3 2015 9:00PM     UN News Centre with breaking news from the UN News Service  Participants of the 2015 ECOSOC Youth Forum. UN Photo/Loey Felipe   ‘YOUTH LENS’ BRINGS DEVELOPMENT CHALLENGES INTO SHARPER FOCUS AT UN FORUM The emerging United [...]

No Excuses: Leverage the Present

A rapid, smooth, and purposeful transition toward sustainable development is unlikely. Indeed, throughout human history, such major changes have more often been forced upon the world by circumstances, with leaders focusing on shorter-term concerns like political turmoil or economic stagnation until serious disruptions to their economies and [...]

Alexis Tsipras’ Open Letter To Germany: What You Were Never Told About Greece

“ Ethical Markets agrees with  Greece’s new Prime Minister ,  Hazel  Henderson, Editor “ Alexis Tsipras' Open Letter To Germany: What You Were Never Told About Greece     Authored by Alexis Tsipras via Syriza.net, Most of you, dear readers, will have formed a preconception of what this article is about [...]

AU/UN Panel Report Prioritizes Curbing Trade-Related Illicit Flows; Calls for SDGs to Follow Suit

AU/UN Panel Report Prioritizes Curbing Trade-Related Illicit Flows; Calls for SDGs to Follow Suit

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 1, 2015 AU/UN Panel Report Prioritizes Curbing Trade-Related Illicit Flows; Calls for SDGs to Follow Suit Game-Changing Recommendations Urge Institutionalization of Efforts to Combat Illicit Flows, Promote Financial Transparency Mbeki-Led Group Also Calls for Public Registries of Beneficial [...]

Bernard Lietaer Talk Now Available Online; Colorado Gathering This Weekend

Bernard Lietaer Talk Now Available Online; Colorado Gathering This Weekend

Our Cutting Edge Conversation with Bernard Lietaer broke all records for attendance last week! Our apologies to any of you who could not call in as the lines were full.  The conversation is now posted on our site for our members to enjoy. Also check out The Power of Public Banking with Tom Sgorous as well!  See below for links. Our [...]

A New Beginning for Greece and Maybe Europe , Beyond Austerity and Trickle Down Economics !

A New Beginning for Greece and Maybe Europe, Beyond Austerity and Trickle Down Economics!  ~ Hazel  Henderson , Editor In the face of economic instability, the last thing we need is austerity. We need to consider creative solutions—like Jubilee, public banking policies, and currency reform—that take into account the complexity of the [...]

Davos : les risques environnementaux ont pris le pas sur les risques économiques

Davos : les risques environnementaux ont pris le pas sur les risques économiques

vendredi 23 janvier 2015 Davos : les risques environnementaux ont pris le pas sur les risques économiques Crise de l’eau, catastrophes naturelles, faillite de l’adaptation au changement climatique [...]

GROWING ADOPTION FOR IEX’S LATEST PROTECTIVE INNOVATION

IEX, a fair-access Alternative Trading System owned by traditional investors, announced accelerated adoption for its latest innovation: the Discretionary Peg Order Type (D-Peg). D-Peg was designed in response to an industry-wide issue: "crumbling quotes", or slower, predictable changes in the National Best Bid and Offer (NBBO) of a stock. Due to [...]

Reforming Money and Banking: Keys to Debt and Jubilee

In the face of economic instability, the last thing we need is austerity. We need to consider creative solutions—like Jubilee, public banking policies, and currency reform—that take into account the complexity of the environment, the nature of money itself, and the possibility for social innovation. The structural instabilities of [...]

Larry Summers and Ed Balls on Income Inequality

C-Span, Jan. 15, 2015 Larry Summers and Ed Balls, chairs of the Inclusive Prosperity Commission (IPC), spoke about a report released by the IPC aimed at reinvigorating the middle class and reducing income inequality.?They were joined by former Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm and lawmakers from Canada, the United Kingdom, Sweden, and [...]

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