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WATCH: Black churches join the climate fight. The tide is about to turn!

WATCH: Black churches join the climate fight. The tide is about to turn!

“The Black church has always joined hands with other faith traditions and stood on the front lines as they did in Selma, Alabama, fifty years ago. Now it’s time to take on climate change.” –Reverend Ambrose Carroll, Green For All Fellow + Green The Church Founder People of all faiths have long played a powerful role in advancing the [...]

Announcing: the all-new Ecocities Emerging

Announcing: the all-new Ecocities Emerging

Link to webpage version of this newsletter http://archive.constantcontact.com/fs072/1100594   Greetings! How do we approach urban planning and resource management in ways that preserve health and the [...]

Why I’m Hopeful Regarding Climate Change

By Timothy Nash, Sustainable Economist and Ethical Markets Director of Sustainability Research www.sustainableeconomist.com On September 21, 2014, I joined more than 400,000 people in New York City for the People’s Climate March. It was a remarkable experience. Marching was great, but the best was stopping to watch the stream of people [...]

The World Future Society transformation has begun: An autumn letter from WFS CEO Amy Zalman

The World Future Society transformation has begun: An autumn letter from WFS CEO Amy Zalman

    October 10, 2014 Dear Fellow Futurists,   I hope that your autumn has started happily.    Here at the World Future Society, we have been busy laying the groundwork for a multi-year transformation of our organization into the world's premiere platform for nurturing and empowering futurists.    Today, I’m writing [...]

The hidden cost of freezing Russia out of finance

The hidden cost of freezing Russia out of finance

     The hidden cost of freezing Russia out of finance   By Gillian Tett - Financial Times   Instead of having one major cross-border payments system there could eventually be many   This week, a milestone was passed on the road of globalisation. The Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial [...]

Limiting global warming to 2 °C – why Victor and Kennel are wrong

Limiting global warming to 2 °C – why Victor and Kennel are wrong

Ethical Markets  posts this debate on the 2  degree Limit  while we continue to  focus on what all 191 UN member countries already agree : to  shift away from fossil energy and non-renewables to  cleaner,inclusive sustainable green economies worldwide . This is what we track in our Green Transition Scoreboard®  , now showing $5.7 trillion [...]

Saving our Seas – Tapping into the Wisdom of OceanElders

by Martha Shaw (New York, NY) - For 10,000 years, the ocean has been the life support system that has generously supplied us with air, food, and shelter in the embrace of a livable climate. In a perfect world, human beings might have fit nicely into the Earth’s ecosystem, in balance with the rest of nature. Over the last half-century however, [...]

GFI Welcomes Global Witness Report on “The Great Rip Off” from Anonymous Companies in America

September 30, 2014 Latest GFI Blogs Opportunity Knocks to Address Illicit Financial Flows The “Big Mo” in the Drive to Address Illicit Financial Flows Photographs from GFI and MIND’s Joint Conference in Rio de Janeiro China’s Illicit Outflows Were US$1.08 Trillion from 2002-2011 Voices from Delaware Are Speaking Out Against [...]

Interviewed: The World’s First Tiny House Hoteliers

Interviewed: The World’s First Tiny House Hoteliers

  Interviewed: The World's First Tiny House Hoteliers Deb Delman and her partner Kol Peterson, the creators of Caravan, may have the first hotel of its kind in Portland, Oregon. > CITIES Kentucky Town Beats High Gas Prices by Opening a Public Gas Station. Controversy has erupted in Somerset as citizens applaud and trade associations [...]

Victory: Google kicks ALEC to the curb

Hi there—Over the past year, MoveOn member Marisol Garcia from Phoenix, AZ, has campaigned hard to get Google off the board of the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC), the organization behind some of the worst pieces of legislation to come out in recent years, including "stand your ground" laws.    Earlier this week, [...]

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