Global Marshall Plan Initiative: 10 Years Global Marshall Plan Initiative

Jay Owen Global Citizen

Global Marshall Plan Initiative www.globalmarshallplan.org Newsletter 4/2013 10 Years Global Marshall Plan Initiative Finding out How to Get Active for a more Just and Balanced World Raising of Awareness in Bulgaria: Kids in Action DunaVision – The Journey of Change Has Begun There Are no “Tax Havens”! Global Justice, Burnout, …

Global Health Media Project

Jay Owen Global Citizen

Global Health Media Project By Vivian Day, Ethical Markets Roving Correspondent, March 18, 2013 An amazing project begun by an amazing woman. No newborn or mother should suffer or die because health workers and caregivers lack reliable health information. Yet they often do. Global Health Media Project (GHMP) is addressing …

Nearing Capacity – More than 250 Registered Reserve Your Spot Now for our Smart Water Webinar

Jay Owen Greentech

Nearing Capacity – More than 250 Registered Reserve Your Spot Now for our Smart Water Webinar Smart Water: Reinventing the Management and Use of H20   9:00 AM Pacific / 12:00 PM Eastern, Wednesday, January 23rdrd Smart grid – the marriage of IT, advanced meters, networking controls, and distributed and …

We Can Reforest the Earth

Ethical Markets Green Prosperity, TV Series

We Can Reforest the Earth Lester R. Brownwww.earth-policy.org/book_bytes/2012/wotech10_1 Earth Policy Release Book Byte July 31, 2012 Protecting the 10 billion acres of remaining forestson earth and replanting many of those already lost are both essential for restoring the earth’s health. Since 2000, the earth’s forest cover has shrunk by 13 …

GFI Calls on G8 to Tackle Illicit Financial Flows at Camp David Summit

Ethical Markets Reforming Global Finance

Click for full press release Curtailing Illegal Capital Flight Will Ensure Food Security in Developing World; Make Good on L’Aquila Commitment May 17, 2012 WASHINGTON, DC – Global Financial Integrity (GFI) today called on leaders of the G8 to concretely tackle the issue of illicit financial flows and end tax haven …

UN Highlights Importance of Investing in Initiatives That Support Sustainable Fishing

kristy Green Prosperity

UN HIGHLIGHTS IMPORTANCE OF INVESTING IN INITIATIVES THAT SUPPORT SUSTAINABLE FISHING New York, Apr 26 2012 4:05PM The United Nations today highlighted the importance of investing in initiatives that seek to tackle overfishing and protect marine biodiversity, as well as inform consumers of the benefits of buying sustainable fish products. …

Despite Global Financial Crisis, Illicit Financial Outflows from Developing World Remain High, Finds New Report

kristy Reforming Global Finance

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: December 15, 2011 Despite Global Financial Crisis, Illicit Financial Outflows from Developing World Remain High, Finds New Report Over US$900 Billion Illicitly Drained from Developing Countries in 2009, Says Annual GFI Study Report Finds Developing World Lost US$8.44 Trillion over the Decade 2000-2009 WASHINGTON, DC – Developing …

U.S. Rebel’s Split Riles $6 Billion World of Ethical Commerce

kristy SRI/ESG News

U.S. Rebel’s Split Riles $6 Billion World of Ethical Commerce 2011-11-03 05:00:01.0 GMT By Simon Clark Nov. 3 (Bloomberg) — Fairtrade International brings together retailers and other marketers in wealthy countries with small-scale producers of foods in the developing world. The organization’s goal is to ensure the ethical treatment of …

World Cities: Where to Put Their Oncoming Billions?

kristy Sustainability News

“Welcome to Citiwire.net! Will (must) the world’s cities grow dramatically in land form in the years ahead? It’s no longer very likely in the U.S. and Europe, but represents the all-but-inevitable scenario in the developing world as hundreds of millions of rural residents continue to pour into cities. A Lincoln …

New GFI Report: International Crime a $650 Billion Business Built on Poverty and Corruption in Developing World

kristy Reforming Global Finance

From the publicaiton of Global Financial Integrity FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 8th, 2011 Drug trade single largest component, followed by counterfeiting, finds new report from Global Financial Integrity WASHINGTON, DC – Illicit trade in “goods, guns, people, and natural resources” is a $650 billion enterprise, which most negatively impacts the …