The End of Money

  News from our  Advisory Board member ,Stuart Valentine  – Hazel  Henderson, Editor-in-chief Wednesday, Apr. 10, 2013 The End of Money by Justice Litle, Editor, Strategic Wealth Report The world’s monetary system stands on a precipice… It may not feel like it. But we are fast approaching what I call …

New report: European banks fuelling food price volatility and hunger

PRESS RELEASE Brussels, 12 January 2012 From: Friends of the Earth Europe NEW REPORT: EUROPEAN BANKS FUELLING FOOD PRICE VOLATILITY AND HUNGER European banks, pension funds and insurance companies are increasing global hunger and poverty by speculating on food prices and financing land grabs in poorer countries, according to a …

Three Big Winners from Ending Ethanol Subsidies

A day many thought might never arrive is finally just around the corner. Today, December 23rd, Congress finished their work to head home for the holidays, and we can now say confidently that ethanol’s 30-year-old tax credit and import tariff will finally expire on December 31st. Ending these costly and unnecessary subsidies …

Former UK Premier Gordon Brown to speak on financial stability at UNEP FI Global Roundtable

Former UK Prime Minister and current Member of Parliament Gordon Brown will address global financial leaders during the UNEP FI Global Roundtable meeting on financial sustainability to take place in Washington D.C. this October. Mr Brown, widely respected as the global leader who rallied the world’s financial policy-makers to respond …

Small-scale farmers increasingly at risk from ‘global land grabbing’

New research on the global rush for agricultural land shows that small-scale farmers will increasingly lose out to major corporations as land deals ignore local tenure rights. by Jun Borras, Ian Scoones, David Hughes Fresh evidence from Africa, Asia, Latin America and the former Soviet Union was presented last week …