State of the Future report: Humans are doing OK, but nature suffers as a result – and we’ll pay for it

ethical markets  research  confirms the 15 global challenges  identified by the Millennium Project  and  our Editor Hazel Henderson serves on the Project’s Planning Committee and provided  some early grants .   State of the Future report: Humans are doing OK, but nature suffers as a result – and we’ll pay …

Earth Policy Release – Full Planet, Empty Plates: Quick Facts

We at Ethical Markets also highlight the role of speculation in commodity futures, even by pension funds, as causing the rising food prices, now verified by the models  of the New England Complexity Science Institute (NECSI ),  Hazel Henderson, Editor www.earth-policy.org/press_room/C68/fpep_quickfacts Earth Policy Release November 7, 2012 With falling water …

FULL PLANET, EMPTY PLATES: The New Geopolitics of Food Scarcity

Wednesday, September 5, 2012 PRE-PUBLICATION ANNOUNCEMENT FULL PLANET, EMPTY PLATES: The New Geopolitics of Food Scarcity by Lester R. Brown Full Planet, Empty Plates Buy book button “Could food be the weak link in our early twenty-first civilization, much as it was in so many of the earlier civilizations whose …

Media Advisory-Backgrounder for the forthcoming 2011 State of the Future

Pre-Publication Access to the 2011 State of the Future Publication date August 1, 2011; pre-publication text available to journalists Washington, D.C. July 1, 2011 – The 2011 State of the Future finds the world is getting richer, healthier, better educated, living longer, and is more peaceful and better connected; yet …