Re-Imagining Capitalism is Key to Inclusive Economic Growth

    “The old normal says growth comes first, and only once we’re growing, do we ask, ‘How can be more inclusive?’ The next normal will demonstrate that inclusivity is the foundation upon which the most widespread economic growth can occur.” – Amit Bouri, Co-Founder and CEO of the GIIN The GIIN’s signature …

Save for Your Future: Contribute to your tax-deferred IRA before May 17 (US Tax Day) to invest in climate action and fossil-free portfolios

Source: Smart Asset   US Tax Day Approaches: Invest In Your Sustainable Future   The IRS extended Personal Tax Filing to May 17; contribute to your tax-deferred IRA before then As we reflect on last week’s Earth Day, and reflect on US President Biden’s address to the nation urging investment in sustainable infrastructure, we continue …

A Book Worth Reading

“Ethical Markets thanks Mike Nickerson for this review of Ron Coleman’s new book “THE CASE FOR A SUSTAINABLE AND EQUITABLE ECONOMY” , Columbia University Press (2021). We congratulate Ron for this book and thank Mike for this review, since we are fortunate that both are longtime colleagues! We look forward …

RSVP: Tomorrow 4/20 “Sand Talk” The Power of Indigenous Thinking; May 6th, on Sopact: “Role of Impact Verification in Impact Investing?”

Next Week – ESGX.org Live: April 20 in Americas, Africa, Europe (April 21 in Asia and Australia) “Sand Talk: The Power of Indigenous Thinking“ !!!Please note the later, special time!!! 3pm PT / 4pm MT / 5pm CT / 6pm ET Tuesday, April 20th afternoon in Americas, evening in Africa, Europe; and April 21st morning in China, Australia, and Asia-Pacific …

SDSN’s March Highlights: Data Monitoring and Happiness

SDSN’s March Highlights: Data Monitoring and Happiness One of the cornerstones of SDSN’s research and policy work is data and monitoring. Sound metrics and data are critical for turning the SDGs into practical tools for problem solving. Since SDSN’s first SDG Index Report in 2015, we have expanded these data monitoring …

Circularity Weekly: Could 2021 be the Year of Repair?

Could 2021 be the Year of Repair? In the waning months of 2020, the European Union took ambitious steps to address the more than 12 million tons of electronic waste the bloc produces annually. Acknowledging that “Europe is living well beyond planetary boundaries,” a European Parliament vote called for mandatory …

The JUST Report: Georgia On My Mind

“We at Ethical Markets are appalled at this vote-suppression legislation in Georgia and urge all corporations to object and hasten its repeal!  Never has the case for the bill S1 on assuring voting rights and our democratic institutions been more urgent, so as to preempt all the similar “Jim Crow” …