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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

Bill Moyers, Bernie Sanders | Don’t Let Big Media Get Bigger

Bill Moyers, Bernie Sanders, Moyers & Company Excerpt: "In 1983, 50 corporations controlled a majority of media in America. In 1990 the number had dropped to 23. In 1997, 10. And today, six." READ MORE

Opposition Growing to FCC Media Ownership Proposal

Rep. John Lewis, Congressional Black Caucus Chairman Rep. Emanuel Cleaver, Congressional Hispanic Caucus Chairman Rep. Charles Gonzalez and Co-Chairmen of the Congressional Progressive Caucus Reps. Keith Ellison and Raul Grijalva sent a letter signed by 44 House members to the FCC. The letter addresses concerns about how the FCC’s proposal to [...]

Harmony in the Holy Land – join us in co-creating it

I'm writing with an exciting invitation to you to participate in creating an historic event to build peace, healing and harmony in the Middle East as part of the global events that are activating on Dec. 21st and 22nd this year.  It's the perfect time for such an event with the uneasy truce in Gaza and a recognition that deeper healing is [...]

FOCUS | Is the FCC Plotting a Giveaway to Rupert Murdoch?

Craig Aaron, FreePress Aaron writes: "What if I told you the Obama administration's first major post-election policy move was a big, fat gift for Rupert Murdoch?" READ MORE

Story of Change – This video from the Story of Stuff Project

Story of Change – This video from the Story of Stuff Project

Story of Change - This video from the Story of Stuff Project, is a call to action, providing tangible direction for influencing policy to address the issues we care about: pollution, chemical contamination, resource use and more.  Produced by Ethical Markets' friend and colleague Annie Leonard, along with EthicMark® Award-winner Free Range [...]

The Future of Occupy – Our NEW Website & Magazine

The Future of Occupy, which began as a simple website in October 2011 and launched the FoO newsletter in January of this year as a newsletter, has undergone a considerable transformation over the spring to re-emerge as a fully-fledged community platform and interactive electronic magazine. This process has been a joy as well as a learning [...]


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 [...]

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