Green Transition Scoreboard Global Total Now $7.13 Trillion

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Ethical Markets focuses on transition management’s top priority: ending externalities Download Full Report St. Augustine, April 22, 2016 – Ethical Markets Media welcomes Earth Day with a stunning new total for its Green Transition Scoreboard® (GTS). As of Q4 2015, the GTS totals $7.13 TRILLION cumulative in non-government investments and …

Desert-Greening: The Next Big Thing for Green Investors

Jay Owen Earth Systems Science, Articles by Hazel Henderson

By Hazel Henderson © 2014 for GreenMoney Journal Asset managers and investors are supposed to be rational actors, cranking in all available information leading to efficient markets and optimal resource-allocation. As market failures continue to proliferate and hidden externalities come home to roost, we find that successful investing requires going …

Getting Energy Prices Right: From Principle to Practice

Jay Owen Reforming Global Finance

Ethical Markets has campaigned for 30  years to  get all externalities internalized within company and  public sector balance sheets. We salute the IMF for this report  and  I hope to review the full volume soonest. Hazel Henderson,Editor   Previous IMF studies set forth the basic principle that getting energy prices …

GreenMoney August14_The Resilient Investor

Jay Owen Green Prosperity, SRI/ESG News, Sustainability News, Earth Systems Science

Editor’s Note     by Cliff Feigenbaum, Founder, GreenMoney  It is good to be back. Justin Conway of Calvert Foundation served as Guest Editor of July’s special edition of GreenMoney Journal, which featured “The Millennials Perspective” on impact investing, sustainable business and more. The collection of insightful articles from five …

IMF’s Blunt Message to Nations: Raise Fossil-Fuel Taxes to Fight Climate Change

Jay Owen Reforming Global Finance, Beyond GDP

Ethical Markets has campaigned for 30 years to get all externalities internalized within company and public sector balance sheets. We salute the IMF for this report and I hope to review the full volume soonest. ~ Hazel Henderson,Editor IMF’s Blunt Message to Nations: Raise Fossil-Fuel Taxes to Fight Climate Change …

Obama’s Proposed Fracking Rule Would Lead to Dirty Energy | The Energy Collective Daily

Jay Owen Greentech

  Obama’s Proposed Fracking Rule Would Lead to Dirty Energy | The Energy Collective Daily

PRICE DISCOVERY, MARKET COMPLETION AND OTHER FANTASIES OF ECONOMISTS

Jay Owen Reforming Global Finance

PRICE DISCOVERY, MARKET COMPLETION AND OTHER FANTASIES OF ECONOMISTS By Hazel Henderson © 2013, for IPS Syndication Service While debating a high frequency trader (HFT) recently, I encountered the familiar rationalizations that HFT contributes to liquidity and price discovery in markets.  Assertions about liquidity are hard to justify after the …

GDP: STILL A GROSSLY DISTORTED PICTURE

Jay Owen Beyond GDP

GDP: STILL A GROSSLY DISTORTED PICTURE   By Hazel Henderson © 2013 forthcoming in CSRWire June 2013 Obsolete metrics like GDP not only map vanished territory and back societies into the future looking through their rearview mirror, they cause unnecessary human suffering as we see in Europe through imposing “austerity” …

GDP: STILL A GROSSLY DISTORTED PICTURE

Jay Owen Reforming Global Finance, Beyond GDP

GDP: STILL A GROSSLY DISTORTED PICTURE   By Hazel Henderson © 2013 forthcoming in CSRWire June 2013   Obsolete metrics like GDP not only map vanished territory and back societies into the future looking through their rearview mirror, they cause unnecessary human suffering as we see in Europe through imposing …

Ten Economic Risks of Fossil Fuels : AltEnergyStocks.com

Jay Owen Reforming Global Finance, SRI/ESG News

Ten Economic Risks of Fossil Fuels : AltEnergyStocks.com Ten Economic Risks of Fossil Fuels Posted: 16 May 2013 07:19 AM PDT Garvin Jabusch A train, loaded with coal, crashed into the back of a passenger train in Czechloslovakia in 1868. Securities of fossil fuels firms, as an economic sector, may soon …