Announcing the Women Leading Regeneration on the Land Summit

Register today for the Women Leading Regeneration on the Land Summit! October 1st, 12-3pm MT Zoom Online Gathering LEARN MORE & REGISTER Women leading Regeneration on the Land Summit, a half-day Face to Face Online Gathering, the 2nd of 3 sessions in 2020, will highlight “regeneration-in-action”. This summit offers collaborative …

How do systems change?

“Ethical Markets welcomes this focus on deeper trends signaling longer-term changes provided by our UK-based friends at Forum for the Future.  We like their focus on changing our food systems by engaging chefs.  See our similar efforts to showcase gourmet chefs using wider arrays of overlooked, nourishing foods from indigenous farmers and those …

Friends, I’m really excited for you to see this

“We at Ethical Markets are avid supporters of the Good Food Institute (GFI) and its amazingly creative work, which aligns with our mission of helping accelerate the global green transition to inclusive, cleaner, knowledge-richer sustainable societies.   We refer to GFI initiatives in our own research and in our Green Transition …

Irish Tech News “Save the Planet”

    WHY WE CAN STILL SAVE THE PLANET, TIM CHRISTOPHERSEN, UNITED NATIONS DECADE ECOSYSTEM RESTORATION 2021-2030 SIMON COCKING FEBRUARY 25, 2020 EVENTS FEATURED INTERVIEWS Listen to this article     Interesting and hopeful interview with Tim Christophersen, Head of Nature for Climate for UN Environment Programme, and managing the …

Just Released: The Biomimicry Institute’s Official Annual Report

“Ethical Markets recommends this important (and beautiful!) report from our colleagues at the Biomimicry Institute.  Especially, watch leader Janine Benyus and her keynote speech to the executives at Esri, the legendary global mapping company and discussion with its founder Jack Dangermond on their visioning the future of ecological metrics! ~Dr. …

Who are nature’s masters of water management?

  Agroup of students from a university in Bogotá, Colombia, noticed a troubling pattern in the nearby city of Alameda del Rio: it flooded four times a year despite having a storm water drainage system. Compelled to help Alameda del Rio and other communities worldwide affected by worsening flood conditions, …

And the winners are…

The Biomimicry Youth Design Challenge is a hands-on, project-based learning experience that asks middle and high school students to design bio-inspired solutions to fight climate change. Last month, we announced the winners of the 2019 Challenge.  If you’ve never heard of Hottentot bread and think it comes from a bakery, think …