Category Archives: corporate social responsibility

Business and Marketing for a Better World Telesummit

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Shel Horowitz has just launched a new Business For a Better World website and his first offering is a fantastic collecction of teleseminars.

The first Business and Marketing For a Better World Telesummit begins on Tuesday March 11.  16 Green Biz /Marketing Experts draw from both the green world and the marketing world and will be offering stellar content on both sides – and all are exclaiming over the great presentations in the series.

Once you’re registered (no cost), you can listen to each call at no charge on the day it’s listed, with the added bonus of each presenter having at least one no-charge, no-obligation gift for you.

These are not “the usual suspects.” In fact, several haven’t ever shared in a forum like this before. This articulate and passionate group has a lot to share, and you’ll be glad you joined in.

Take a trip over to Shel’s new site and register for this amazing event


The World vs Wall Street

Stand with the Wall Street occupiers and demand real democracy – sign up at here

Thousands of Americans have non-violently occupied Wall St — an epicentre of global financial power and corruption. They
are the latest ray of light in a new movement for social justice that
is spreading like wildfire from Madrid to Jerusalem to 146 other cities
and counting, but they need our help to succeed.

As working families pay the bill for a financial crisis caused by corrupt elites,
the protesters are calling for real democracy, social justice and
anti-corruption. But they are under severe pressure from authorities,
and some media are dismissing them as fringe groups. If millions of
us from across the world stand with them, we’ll boost their resolve and show the media and leaders that the protests are part of a massive mainstream movement for change. 

This year could be our century’s 1968, but to succeed it must be a movement of all citizens, from every walk of life. Click to join the call for real democracy — a giant live counter of every one of us who signs the petition will be erected in the centre of the occupation in New York,, and live webcasted on this web page. Sign up now 

Resource Based Economy – Radio “Lecture Series”

Peter Joseph- Radio “Lecture Series”

Starting Wed., Sept. 29th, Peter Joseph of the Zeitgeist Movement will be holding an 8 week lecture run on the topics below.

[Each Show will be at 4pm EDT ]

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Resource Based Economy – Zeitgeist: Moving Forward

Zeitgeist: Moving Forward

Zeitgeist: Moving Forward, by director Peter Joseph, is a feature length documentary work which will present a case for a needed transition out of the current socioeconomic monetary paradigm which governs the entire world society. This subject matter will transcend the issues of cultural relativism and traditional ideology and move to relate the core, empirical “life ground” attributes of human and social survival, extrapolating those immutable natural laws into a new sustainable social paradigm called a “Resource-Based Economy”.

[Clean and Green] Lots of Exciting News, Deep Sustainability

In This Issue…

  • Lots of Exciting News
  • Deep Sustainability
  • Another Recommended Book Twelve by Twelve, by William Powers
  • Hear & Meet Shel
  • Friends who Help

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The Spirit Level: Why More Equal Societies Almost Always Do Better

“Compelling new evidence presented by The Equality Trust shows that more equal societies – those with a narrower gap between rich and poor – are more cohesive, healthier, suffer fewer social problems and are more environmentally sustainable. In view of these findings I am committed to making the UK a more equal society as the most effective means of building a better society. I will therefore actively support the case for policies designed to narrow the gap between rich and poor; and engage with the debate on which measures should be implemented to achieve that aim.”

There are lots of ways to take action for The Equality Trust. No matter how little time you have available, there is something you can do – go to The Equality Trust website for more information

Click here or the image to buy “The Spirit Level: Why More Equal Societies Almost Always Do Better” from Amazon UK

Ethical Events in the UK

These coming events may interest you.

Thursday August 12th at 6.30pm – Bill Kerry is a co-founder of The Equality Trust will talk about the book is “The Spirit Level: Why More Equal Societies Almost Always Do Better “written by Richard Wilkinson and Kate Pickett and which makes it abundantly clear that bringing about a fairer, more equal society is not just ethically correct but politically essential.

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Wednesday August 18th at 7.0pm UK time – a Webinar on Ethical Fashion. Pamela Ravasio will lead the a webinar on this topic. Pamela’s background is in IT, marketing & market research, and product development. After years as a professional in Tokyo, Japan, she relocated to London in May 2009 were she now specialises in ethical fashion, specifically sustainable supply chains, Asian markets, and DIY fashion.

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Tuesday August 24th at 6.30pm – Human Rights and Disability. Speaking at that meeting will be Stavroula Alachiotis, Learning Support Manager,at Newham Sixth Form College. Stavroula is involved in developing a strategy for inclusion within the school and firmly believes that inclusion is essential for human rights. Linda Jordan from Newham will also talk about how to develop a strategy for inclusion.

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Wednesday September 15th at 6.30 – Social Media, Enterprise and Action. Have you ever wondered how social action networks can be used to help enhance social action or even get enterprises up and running? And do you know what help you can get if you want to develop either of these. This meetup will try to address these questions. We will have three speakers leading us on this topic.

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Wednesday September 29th – Ethical Fashion – meetup in London at 6.30pm. The fashion industry arches from agriculture, over design, manufacturing, transportation, to marketing, advertising, waste management and recycling. If we talk fashion, fibres, fabrics, clothing, we have no choice but to also talk about Environmental Damage And Pollution, Human-Rights Breaches, Carbon Footprints, Waste, Social Phenomena such as consumerism.In this meeting we hope to
Discover how broad and deep the impacts of the fashion industry and its current practises are onto the world we live in. Discover the importance of design as a vehicle to bring change about. Discuss what needs to be done to bring long-lasting change about, both in industry business practises as well in consumer behaviour.

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