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‘Wealth of Networks’

Tracks the emerging information-sharing, open-source cooperative sectors of economies in the USA, Canada, Europe, Brazil, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Korea and other countries. In this new sharing, cooperative economy, sectors are exchanging information, bartering and using new forms of currency in order to make their money stretch further. The Wealth of Networks balances the older competitive sectors based on money.

Relates to: Global Citizenship, Community Development Solutions, Beyond GDP, Partners/Links, EthicalMarkets.tv – The Money Fix and Money Innovation, Power of Yin, Articles by Hazel Henderson

Evolution, Revolution and the Paris Accord

Evolution, Revolution and the Paris Accord

In This Issue Good News From the Paris Accord The Hundred-Year Plan 100% Renewable Energy: Three Brilliant Short Videos Groups striving for a local economy of resilience, equity Get Involved  Good News From the Paris Accord Written by Community Solutions Fellow, Dr. Thomas Princen The ink was hardly dry on the Paris accord [...]

Banking in 2020

Banking in 2020

Banking in 2020 By 2020 bankers expect the banking environment to be shaped strongly by technology and non-traditional competitors. According to our survey, 64% believe that retail banking will be fully automated and 57% think that more money will flow via fintech firms than traditional retail banks. READ MORE ?   Is M&A a [...]

World Academy of Art & Science January newsletter: conference round up

World Academy of Art & Science January newsletter: conference round up

  INSIDE THIS ISSUE SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, INNOVATION & SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY, GENEVA Science will deliver the progress we need - or it won't. Our abilities to set priorities will decide. PARADIGM SHIFT OF HUMAN DEVELOPMENT, GENEVA CONFERENCE ON ANTICIPATION, TRENTO CONFERENCE FOR A GREEN & INCLUSIVE ECONOMY, GENEVA FROM THE WAAS [...]

Young’s China Business Blog Daily Newsletter: December 17

Young’s China Business Blog Daily Newsletter: December 17

DAILY NEWSLETTER CHIPS: Taiwan Pours Cold Water on China Chip-Buying Spree In a move that I predicted earlier this week, Taiwan’s likely next president is pouring cold water on a nascent series of tie-ups between its fragmented high-tech chip industry and cash-rich partners from mainland China. The latest reports cite Tsai Ing-wen, [...]

TerraViva-United Nations, December 16, 2015

TerraViva-United Nations,  December 16, 2015

COP 21 Should be making People Ask: 'Where Does My Turkey Come From?'   A. D. McKenzie As the festive season begins, some farmers say that consumers should be asking about the origins of their food, and thinking about who produces it, especially in light of the historic accord reached at the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP 21) [...]

AT HIGH-LEVEL FORUM, TOP UN OFFICIALS URGE BRIDGING DIGITAL DIVIDE TO ‘POWER’ SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

AT HIGH-LEVEL FORUM, TOP UN OFFICIALS URGE BRIDGING DIGITAL DIVIDE TO ‘POWER’ SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

AT HIGH-LEVEL FORUM, TOP UN OFFICIALS URGE BRIDGING DIGITAL DIVIDE TO ‘POWER’ SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT Citing remarkable achievement of the information and communication technologies (ICT) for development, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said today that the focus now lies on bridging the digital divide to facilitate inclusive [...]

After Paris, it’s time for a power shift

After Paris, it’s time for a power shift

After two weeks of tense negotiations, the final Paris climate agreement was released on Saturday. In many ways, the Paris Agreement represents a major step forward on climate. The agreement unites all countries under the effort to keep global warming below 1.5?, with a shared goal to bring greenhouse gas emissions to zero by the second half of [...]

The Paris Agreement, and What the Future Holds

The Paris Agreement, and What the Future Holds With thanks to our esteemed Advisory Board member ,Venezuela’s former Ambassador to India, Frank Bracho,  Hazel Henderson, Editor “ Today is a historic day: as tens of thousands of people filled the streets of Paris, politicians finalized a major new global climate agreement. The deal in [...]

COP 21: UN climate change conference | Paris

COP 21: UN climate change conference | Paris Paris climate deal: nearly 200 nations sign in end of fossil fuel era Two decades of talks have come to this: an ambitious agreement to hold states to emissions targets – but already low-lying countries are worried Suzanne Goldenberg, John Vidal, Lenore Taylor, Adam Vaughan and Fiona [...]

Legal Issues and Intellectual Property Rights in Citizen Science

Legal Issues and Intellectual Property Rights in Citizen Science

Legal Issues and Intellectual Property Rights in Citizen Science Capitalizing on the momentum from the recent White House event -- which appointed citizen science coordinators in Federal agencies, highlighted legislation introduced in Congress concerning funding mechanisms and clarifying legal and administrative issues to using citizen science, [...]

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