News from Rachel’s Network

“Ethical Markets congratulates the winners of Rachel’s Network Catalyst awards! ~Hazel Henderson, Editor and member of Rachel’s Network Advisory Board” Working for the things that matter — climate justice, biodiversity, women’s leadership, environmental health, sustainable food systems, and so much more — isn’t easy. We know the monumental effort it takes …

SDG Update – 21 November 2019

Guest Articles Lack of Sustainable Cooling Threatens Safety, Health and Food Security of Hundreds of Millions Brian Dean reviews the recommendations from a new SEforALL report, including a call for countries to develop comprehensive national cooling plans. Read News On World Toilet Day, UN Highlights Plight of Sanitation Workers A …

Recording of webinar with Fritjof and Daniel Christian Wahl

Hello! I would like to share with you the recording of the recent webinar with Fritjof titled “The importance of systems thinking for achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals”. The webinar was a dialogue between Fritjof Capra and Daniel Christian Wahl (http://www.danielchristianwahl.com). Daniel Christian Wahl is a sustainability consultant, educator and …

What Will It Take to Be A Leader?

STAYING UP TO DATE Seven Reads to Keep Your CSR Game Current  We asked Future 500 team members to share a recent report, assessment, or news story that helped them keep their repertoire sharp, and in a recent blog we ended up listing seven reports and articles worth a quick look. To …

The Connection: November 2019 News From NCSE

November 2019 The Connection is a monthly publication from the National Council for Science and the Environment to share news and updates focused on the intersection of science, policy, and environmental decision-making. The RISE Network: Towards a New Framework for University Interventions in Disasters In this month’s essay, Drs. Marla Perez-Lugo …

EU Science for Environmental Policy, News Alert/Issue 535, 21 November 2019

  News Alert Issue 535, 21 November 2019 In this issue Importing goods from sustainable production countries could lower EU’s environmental footprint A new study has analysed how to reduce the environmental footprint of EU trade by preferentially importing goods from countries that have greener production processes. The study concludes …

Beyond GDP Newsletter November 2019

Intro: “Ethical Markets highly recommends this Newsletter from the European Commission still tracking all the changes to  update  GDP, that were first pointed out at the original Beyond GDP conference in 2007, on which I served as advisor and on the EU Commission’s organizing committee!  Ethical Markets funded three surveys …