P2P Foundation – 100 Women who are co-creating the P2P Society: Stephanie Rearick of the Mutual Aid Network

Click here to read this mailing online.   “P2P Foundation” – 3 new articles 100 Women who are co-creating the P2P Society: Stephanie Rearick of the Mutual Aid Network Cooperatives are breaking into the domain of the sharing economy Pope Francis on the need for structural social change More Recent …

MEET THE WOMEN OF WORLD PULSE LIVE

  World Pulse LIVE 2014: Meet Jampa View this email in your browser Meet Our 2014 Speakers                                                  Jampa MEET THE WOMEN OF WORLD PULSE LIVE In …

Today’s Top Stories from GFI – Africa Leaders Summit: America’s Dirty Little Secret

  Wednesday, August 6, 2014 From the Global Financial Integrity Blog:     Join Us for Our Upcoming Conference on Illicit Financial Flows in Brazil      Illicit Finance Jounralism Programme Lauches Fourth Training Project      Debate in Delaware on Anonymous Companies    Why Wildlife Trafficking and Anonymous Companies …

But What About the Futuristic Me?

By Dr. Gilbert Lancelot Raiford, Ethical Markets Advisory Board Member Presented at the World Future Society Conference, Orlando, FL, July 11-14, 2004 Whether because of myopia or “benign neglect”, futurists have blatantly shied away from discussing one of the most serious social problems this nation faces – that of a …

ScienceDaily: Top Environment News: Trees save lives, reduce respiratory problems

ScienceDaily: Top Environment News Trees save lives, reduce respiratory problems Posted: 25 Jul 2014 01:35 PM PDT In the first broad-scale estimate of air pollution removal by trees nationwide, scientists have calculated that trees are saving more than 850 human lives a year and preventing 670,000 incidences of acute respiratory …

The California Shale Bubble Just Burst

The California Shale Bubble Just Burst The great hype surrounding the advent of a shale gas bonanza in California may turn out to be just that: hype. The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) – the statistical arm of the Department of Energy – has downgraded its estimate of the total …

New Horizons for Eco-Labels and Sustainability

The inaugural Latin American edition of the Sustainable Foods Summit drew to a successful close in São Paulo. About 140 senior executives from the food industry discussed sustainability issues over the 2-day summit. There were calls to develop local markets for sustainable foods in the region, as well as prevent the proliferation in …

From Austerity to Abundance: Why I Am Running for California Treasurer

From Austerity to Abundance: Why I Am Running for California Treasurer Posted on January 15, 2014 by Ellen Brown Governor Jerry Brown and his staff are exchanging high-fives over balancing California’s budget, but the people on whose backs it was balanced are not rejoicing. The state’s high-wire act has been called “the ultimate …

Why We Measure: It’s All About People and Our Planet’s Well-being

Why We Measure: It’s All About People and Our Planet’s Well-being From the Editor As we wind down the year, we’re reflecting on the many leaders and organizations we’ve worked with around the world. 2013 has been an especially gratifying year as we celebrated our organization’s tenth anniversary. Below are …

the Globalist: Part I: Meet the Transformers

August 27, 2013 Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Google+     “Young Globalists:” The Complete Series How Young People Transform the World Part I: Meet the Transformers Joseph Quinlan | Who are the faces of the rising global middle class? Part II: The Road Ahead Joseph Quinlan | As global economic activity shifts …