In an unprecedented year: Big challenges, big accomplishments part 1

“Ethical Markets fully supports the important work of the Public Banking Institute, and is honored to have their founder and President Ellen Brown, monetary expert and author of “The Web of Debt” and” Banking on People” (2019) as a member of our Advisory Board. ~Hazel Henderson, Editor“ 2020 part 1 of …

Watch on Demand – Sustainable Innovation Forum

“Ethical Markets was proud to be a Media partner for this outstanding 5-day global event.  Lots of great speakers and new information!  Enjoy! ~Hazel Henderson, Editor“ The Sustainable Innovation Forum 2020 took place all this week virtually. All sessions from 5-days are now available to watch on-demand! The Sustainable Innovation Forum …

We Are Still In as the U.S. Officially Exits the Paris Climate Agreement

“As a signatory of this WE ARE STILL IN business group, we are still fully behind the Paris Accords and will urge President Biden to follow up on his promise to rejoin!  Meanwhile, the global transition from fossilized sectors to cleaner, greener , more inclusive, knowledge-richer societies is now unstoppable, as …

Finance for Biodiversity – Aligning Development Finance with Nature’s Needs: Protecting Nature’s Development Dividend

“Ethical Markets highly recommends this new report addressing the biodiversity and environmental costs of traditional finance worldwide.  MUST READ SOONEST! ~Hazel Henderson, Editor“ World’s development banks endangering vulnerable ecosystems worth US$1.1 trillion/year LONDON, Nov. 9 (F4B) – Development finance institutions (DFIs) worldwide are endangering nature worth an estimated US$1.1 trillion …

Finance for Biodiversity – Aligning Development Finance with Nature’s Needs: Protecting Nature’s Development Dividend

“Ethical Markets highly recommends this new report addressing the biodiversity and environmental costs  of traditional finance worldwide.  MUST-READ SOONEST! ~Hazel Henderson, Editor “ IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 00.01 GMT Monday Nov. 9 World’s development banks endangering vulnerable ecosystems worth US$1.1 trillion/year LONDON, Nov. 9 (F4B) – Development finance institutions (DFIs) worldwide are …

THE SEARCH FOR THE FIRST EARTHSHOT WINNERS BEGINS

“Ethical Markets welcomes this EARTHSHOT PRIZE  global initiative to recognize new leaders worldwide addressing the climate emergency. We have followed the opportunities this ending the fossilized industrial era can bring as well welcome the birth of  “Big Green“ in our Green Transition Scoreboard® reports since 2007. This evolution of human knowledge …

Third TCFD Status Report Shows Progress & Highlights Need for Greater Climate-Related Disclosures and Transparency

Third TCFD Status Report Shows Progress & Highlights Need for Greater Climate-Related Disclosures and Transparency   The TCFD also issues implementation guidance and opens public consultation period to solicit input on forward-looking metrics   New York, October 29, 2020 – The Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD), established by the …

Banks In The Cross-Hairs!!

“Ethical Markets thanks these young activists for keeping the big issues of biodiversity and climate change on the agendas of traditional finance!!  We hope they can also help us circulate our “TRANSFORMING FINANCE“ statement, now signed by 100 professionals, launched in 2010 see www.ethicalmarkets.com. ~Hazel Henderson, Editor“ We did it! Last …

*In Dialogue with the FAIRR Initiative!

This month, we look forward to an exciting agenda brimming with lively and topical discussions around key developments in the ESG investment space. The events will cover issues such as working conditions, public health, climate and sustainability within the global food sector. Speaking alongside other finance and investment professionals, members of the …

“Fixing the money meme: How it limits our freedom and life choices”

4 November 2020, Hazel Henderson Today the money meme rules our lives and interactions in most societies on Earth Today the money meme rules our lives and interactions in most societies on Earth. How did this happen? Economists analyze money-based markets. Trading is innate in human behavior. Karl Polanyi describes …