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Community-wealth.org Newsletter: Raising Student Voices: Student Action for University Community Investment

Community-wealth.org Newsletter: Raising Student Voices: Student Action for University Community Investment

The latest news on community wealth building initiatives!   Dear Colleague, Welcome to our June www.Community-Wealth.org e-newsletter. We are pleased to announce the release of a new [...]

Review Of James Gustave Speth’s America The Possible: Manifesto For A New Economy

Review Of James Gustave Speth’s America The Possible: Manifesto For A New Economy

Author James Gustave Speth is one of the most prominent, knowledgeable, global environmentalists of our time. A quintessential insider, Speth began as an anti-nuclear activist in the 1970s and later chaired President Jimmy Carter's Council on Environmental Quality. In the 1980s, he founded and led the influential World Resources Institute in [...]

Mike Lewis – Announcing Launch of ‘The Resilience Imperative’

Mike Lewis – Announcing Launch of ‘The Resilience Imperative’

New Society Publishers, the Canadian Centre for Community Renewal, the BC-Alberta Social Economy Research Alliance, and the new economics foundation announce the release of The Resilience Imperative Co-operative Transitions to a Steady-State Economy By Michael Lewis, Canadian Centre for Community Renewal and Pat [...]

The Green Economy Movement: Our generation faces huge challenges: a failing jobs market, record inequality, and the growing threat of catastrophic climate change…

Our generation faces huge challenges: a failing jobs market, record inequality, and the growing threat of catastrophic climate change. But our generation also has the solutions to address all these challenges at once. From coast-to-coast, innovative young leaders are organizing across issue lines to build the green economy as an engine for [...]

Rio + 20: Ethical Markets Advisor Thais Corral Hosts Resilient Cities Action Lab

Twenty years ago, Government officials from 178 countries and between 20,000 and 30,000 individuals from governments, non-governmental organizations, and the media participated the first UN Conference for Environmental Development in Rio de Janeiro to discuss solutions for global problems such as poverty, war, and the growing gap between [...]

Durban Outcome: No Guarantees for the Climate as Governments Again Delay

INTERNATIONAL TRADE UNION CONFEDERATION ITUC OnLine Durban Outcome: No Guarantees for the Climate as Governments Again Delay Brussels, 14 December 2011 (ITUC OnLine): The international trade union movement expressed its disappointment as climate negotiators in Durban had agreed a platform to continue negotiations, but without any [...]

ITUC Supports “Occupy” Movement

Brussels, 16 November 2011 (ITUC OnLine): The international trade union movement has added its support to the Occupy Wall Street (OWS) movement, for the day of action planned on 17 November in the US and several other countries. In a video message of solidarity and support, ITUC General Secretary Sharan Burrow honoured those involved for their [...]

The World vs Wall Street — Amazing response!

Wow - over 500,000 people signed in just 5 days -- let's get to a million! Our giant counter is live at Wall St -- click below to sign and see the streaming video. Then forward this email! Dear friends, Thousands of Americans have taken over Wall Street -- joining a global movement from Madrid to Jerusalem to take back democracy from corrupt [...]

Honoring Stetson Kennedy

Honoring Stetson Kennedy

We at Ethical Markets Media mourn the passing of our courageous, brilliant friend Stetson Kennedy.  As we celebrate his enormous contribution to his country and the world, we call for greater recognition of this great soul.  While Stetson Kennedy fearlessly addressed the issues of our time, confronting racism, bigotry and ignorance, he also [...]

Good Governance in Africa

Good Governance in Africa By Allan Savory Written 2007 Introduction Zimbabwe is in trouble having repeated the pattern of other post-independence African states. But consider this: The great castles of Britain were built only after the end of Roman colonization, when English war lords battled for supremacy, and kings murdered brothers, [...]

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