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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


We at Ethical Markets are Happy to see our Friends at UN agencies coming together online!, Hazel Henderson, Editor RIO+20: UN AND PARTNERS HOLD GLOBAL ONLINE FORUM ON SUSTAINABILITY ISSUES New York, Jun 19 2012 5:05PM People from all over the world today took part in an all-day online forum discussing how technology and social media can be [...]

Jerome Goldstein: 1931-2012

Ethical Markets Media honors the life of visionary sustainability pioneer Jerome Goldstein. He and Hazel Henderson, our editor-in-chief, enjoyed many conversations about ecoentrepreneuring. Jerome Goldstein -- 1931-2012 Publisher and Editor Emeritus of BioCycle - reporting on sustainability news since 1960 Jerome Goldstein — [...]

Lily Cole Takes on the Impossible

Lily Cole Takes on the Impossible Lisa Cowan, Ethical Markets European Correspondent, reports on an exciting project led by London's Lily Cole. A recent post shares a fascinating interview by Becky Anderson, a high profile Anchor for CNN news, with Lily Cole and Jimmy Wales, founder of Wikipedia. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cSGn097HZ00 [...]

Magazine Lily Cole’s ‘Impossible’ network wants its users to help each other out

Lily Cole's 'Impossible' network wants its users to help each ... Wired.co.uk Impossible is in beta and is still self-funded, and its advisers include Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales and economist Hazel Henderson. "The average Londoner knows just one neighbour," says model and actress Lily Cole. "I travel a lot and I'm always surprised by the [...]

Reform in the Age of Corporate Lawyers

Media Policy at the FCC Reform in the Age of Corporate Lawyers The FCC decision requiring television broadcasters to post data about political ad spending online is a milestone in the fight against political dominance by traditional media and the one percent. It defies every ounce of conventional wisdom in Washington by proving that [...]

Naval crowdsourcing; virus power; the maker movement

Click here for the SmartPlanet Weekly  newsletter Designing better products for an aging global population HONG KONG -- The world is growing old at an unprecedented rate, and businesses are paying attention. Read the full story

Occupy Wall Street Updates for the Week of May 23

Last weekend, scores of occupiers took buses from New York to Chicago to join thousands of people from the social justice movement, peace advocates, occupiers, students, and labor to face the forces of the self-appointed world police: NATO. The demonstrators protested the culture of militarism, war, and oppression pursued by NATO, by creatively [...]

Bypassing Wall Street!

by Dara Albright, Founder of NowStreet Journal Some call it a cultural phenomenon. Others label it a colossal waste of time. No matter the sentiment, all attention was on Facebook’s IPO entrance on Friday. Well, except for NASDAQ, who was too focused on repairing its malfunctioning technology, oh, and the European Union, who was busy worrying [...]

Ban Stresses Power of Information Technology to Facilitate Sustainable Development

New York, May 17 2012  2:05PM Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today emphasized the need to optimize the use of information and communications technology (ICT) to support sustainable development. “By gathering, disseminating and analyzing information, we can accelerate action to protect natural resources, combat climate change and [...]

Opening the Broadcasters’ Books

News of the movement for April 27, 2012 Media Policy at the FCC Opening the Broadcasters' Books TV stations have been making a lot more money from campaign ads since the Supreme Court helped lift the limits on contributions to political groups. The public, though, has been kept in the dark about how much these groups and so-called Super [...]

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