Why Is It So Easy to Save the Banks – but So Hard to Save the Biosphere?

Ethical Markets Reforming Global Finance, Earth Systems Science

We at Ethical Markets Agree with Monbiot!  Hat tip to our colleague, Paul H. Ray, – Editor Climate change crisis is accelerating, and the nations of the world are dragging their feet at what ought to be climate action conferences, so we are falling ever farther behind. Why? It appears …

Inspired by Egypt, New Generation of US Activists Attempt Power Shift in DC

kristy Community Development Solutions, The Power of Yin

by Melanie Feliciano In 2003, people in every major city around the world protested George W. Bush’s declaration of war against Iraq. Then we turned on the TV and saw those fuzzy images of bombs bursting in air. Clearly, marching down streets would not stop a democratically elected president from …

The Foreign Exchange Transaction Reporting System: Reducing the Risk of Bear Raids on Economies

Ethical Markets Reforming Global Finance, Articles by Hazel Henderson

By Hazel Henderson Published in Policy Innovations: a publication of the Carnegie Council March 18, 2009 Reforming the unregulated global casino must be addressed at the April G-20 summit in London, as I pointed out in a presentation in February. The Communiqué from the November 2008 summit of G-20 leaders …