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Ellen MacArthur introduces herself and the Ellen MacArthur Foundation's work around Re-Thinking Progress and the transition to a Circular Economy that emphasizes systems thinking. Published on Apr 3, 2014
Essential viewing on money and the banking system. Money As Debt is a fast-paced and highly entertaining animated feature by artist & videographer, Paul Grignon. It explains today's magically perverse DEBT-MONEY SYSTEM in terms that are easy to understand.
"When banks extend loans to their customers, they CREATE money by crediting their customers' accounts." - Sir Mervyn King, Speech to the South Wales Chamber of Commerce at The Millennium Centre, Cardiff on 23rd October 2012
For further evidence of this in the UK please visit the Bank of England website, who also in a "brief history of banknotes", explain this. Uploaded on Feb 15, 2012
Quants are the math wizards and computer programmers in the engine room of our global financial system who designed the financial products that almost crashed Wall st. The credit crunch has shown how the global financial system has become increasingly dependent on mathematical models trying to quantify human (economic) behaviour. Now the quants are at the heart of yet another technological revolution in finance: trading at the speed of light.
What are the risks of treating the economy and its markets as a complex machine? Will we be able to keep control of this model-based financial system, or have we created a monster?
A story about greed, fear and randomness from the insides of Wall Street.
Uploaded on Mar 4, 2010
Published on Dec 7, 2012
Interview with Larry Merritt, of Ford Motor Company measures environmental metrics by plant and globally. Emisions data base used to measure environmental metrics by plant and globally. Overall energy and water cost money and need to avoid waste as much as possible, management/databases monior energy use and emisions that result in cost savings.
Activist and fundraiser Dan Pallotta calls out the double standard that drives our broken relationship to charities. Too many nonprofits, he says, are rewarded for how little they spend -- not for what they get done. Instead of equating frugality with morality, he asks us to start rewarding charities for their big goals and big accomplishments (even if that comes with big expenses). In this bold talk, he says: Let's change the way we think about changing the world. More TED talks here on YouTube. Published on Mar 11, 2013
Date: March 7, 2014
Speaker: Brad Avakian, Josh Lehner, Jessica Nelson, Sunny Petit & Roberta Phillip-Robbins. Moderated by Nichole Maher.
Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries Commissioner Brad Avakian
Sunny Petit and Roberta Phillip-Robbins of the Oregon Council on Civil Rights
Jessica Nelson from the Oregon Employment Department, and
Josh Lehner from the Oregon Office of Economic Analysis.
Nichole Maher, president of the NW Health Foundation will moderate.
Published on Mar 7, 2014
Robert Reich has a special Tax Day message, explaining why the wealthiest 1% pay a much lower tax rate than the rest of us--and what we can do about it. Published on Apr 15, 2014
Walmart Chairman and Former CEO Michael T. Duke says Walmart looks at more than just corporate profits when it considers sustainability. He speaks at the ECO:comics conference in Santa Barbara, Calif.Published on Apr 3, 2014
Smaller environmental footprint will lead to greater profit in the long run is Mr. Duke's main point in this excerpt of ana interview Environmental sustainability is a narrow focus of the term ignoring the social - people - and prosperity elements, both of which Walmart plays a big role with a considerable impact on citizens. Walmart and Sam's Club employs roughly 2.2 million people worldwide and is the largest private employer in the United States.
In April, top CEOs and investors, pioneering entrepreneurs, environmental experts and policy makers convene at ECO:nomics, The Wall Street Journal’s conference in Santa Barbara, to discuss and debate the most critical issues facing leaders who are driving change at the intersection of business and the environment.
We will have large corporations with infrastructures that have a smaller ecological footoprint and institutional self-promotional statements and conferences such as ECO:nomics, but our future will remain unsustainable as the mind-set of what Dr. Chet Bowers refers to as "deep cultural assumptions that support the individualistic/industrial/consumer-dependent culture that is ecologically unsustainable" remains the driving force in our Society and at Walmart.
Today's existing buildings use 72% of our nation's electricity, much of which is wasted. We cannot transform our energy system and prevent runaway climate change if America's commercial buildings continue to consume dirty fossil fuels at today's rates. Join the movement to change this by visiting http://www.rmi.org/stand and get involved! Published on Apr 7, 2014
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