International financial crisis accelerates the transition of the global economy sustainable

Jay Owen Articles by Hazel Henderson

The international financial crisis that rocked especially the United States and Europe, from 2008, is a landmark at the turn of the global economy sustainable. She caused insecurity and distrust of banks and financial institutions worldwide and political allies, responsible for the consequences that impacted the planet, and caused the migration of money from small investors for alternative solutions and innovative business models like public community banks, credit unions , exchange systems and electronic exchange, car sharing, among others.

Breaking the financier-economic paradigm, within the last five years, has accelerated the transition from sustainable global economy, according to Hazel Henderson, futurist renowned economist and iconoclastic English, rooted in the United States. At 80, she remains a tireless advocate of sustainability as a solution to the problems of mankind and ecological imbalance.

 

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