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Daring to Care [electronic resource]: Growing the Love Economy

In this program, Hazel Henderson and Louis Bohtlingk, author of Dare to Care, discuss the growth of the new sharing economy, including open source volunteerism, crowdfunding, and local currencies. People can overcome the domination of money over their lives by participating in new opportunities for sharing services, exchanging community forms of wealth, and fostering local relationships.
Online
2013
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Transition to the Green Economy [electronic resource]

In this program, Hazel Henderson and Michael Grunwald continue discussing how the cleaner, greener knowledge-rich technologies and companies are affecting the overall market. The stimulus from the Obama administration trickle into many unacknowledged areas of everyday life. Listen as they discuss the successes and failures of the stimulus and compare it to the use of Austerity in other Nations.
Online
2014; 2013
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Strengthening Locally Owned Independent Finance [electronic resource]

In this program, Hazel Henderson and David Rose, CEO of the Unified Field Corporation and creator of the Unified Field Bank, discuss the need to democratize finance and decentralize the field of banking, returning it to communities and neighborhoods, if we are to create more sustainable societies. This bypassing of too-big-to-fail Wall Street banks is well underway, as people shift their accounts to credit unions and trust in Wall Street markets is at an all-time low, as high-frequency computerized electronic trading takes over with up to 70% of trades on U.S. exchanges. David Rose's firm educates local communities about all their options for building more reliable homegrown economies.
Online
2014; 2013
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Recognizing the Power and Purpose of Non-Profits [electronic resource]

In this program Hazel Henderson and Linda Crompton, consultant and ethical asset management pioneer, former President of Canada's Citizens Bank and CEO of BoardSource, and the Investor Responsibility Research Center (IRRC), discuss the evolution of socially-responsible investing, local homegrown economies and how civic groups have gained power and influence as a rising "Third Sector" along with business and government.
Online
2013
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Beyond Economics to Earth Systems Science [electronic resource]

In this program Hazel Henderson discusses with Michael Grunwald, TIME national correspondent and author of The New Deal, how narrow economic analyses led to the false choices between "stimulus" and "austerity". This theory-induced blindness obscures the real wealth in renewable, efficient energy and materials and how governments and markets can use wider lenses to see new opportunities to invest in healthier companies and technologies for our future.
Online
2013
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Banking for the Common Good [electronic resource]

In this program Hazel Henderson discusses the quiet revolution in banking with veteran founder of ShoreBank, Mary Houghton. The shift is away from too-big-to-fail banks still not called to account for the financial crash of 2007-2008. While they are still hobbling future prosperity, there is a shift toward credit unions, community development funds, crowdfunding and reviving publicly-owned state and municipal banks like the 100 year success of the Bank of North Dakota.
Online
2013
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Green Banking and Investing [electronic resource]

In this program, Hazel Henderson and Ken LaRoe, CEO of Florida-based First Green Bank, discuss how investments and loans are shifting toward green, energy-efficient LEED Certified real estate development and outpacing traditional real estate and construction. Why? Because energy-efficiency has a huge and swift payback in saving money! This was obscured by faulty economic models and fossil fuel industry lobbying.
Online
2013
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Nurturing Sustainable Communities Worldwide [electronic resource]

In this program, Hazel Henderson and Dutch IT entrepreneur Steven Lovink examine new communities developing around the world based on values of relationship and ecological sustainability. Lovink describes his current work with a re-development project in Anacostia, Washington, D.C. where acres of obsolete buildings and land are being re-developed to showcase new knowledge and methods of long-term sustainability, reviving local neighborhoods, and providing jobs.
Online
2013
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Financing the Green Transition to the Coming Solar Age [electronic resource]

In this program, Hazel Henderson and veteran solar energy investor Peter Lynch discuss the transition to the next industrial age, based on capturing free photons instead of mining our energy sources. Solar, wind and efficiency stocks are now a well-established asset class and the growing movement to divest from fossil fuels and the success of fossil-free mutual funds is accelerating the transition, despite the opposition of entrenched sectors and special interest lobbying.
Online
2013
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Permaculture, Eco-Forests Developing Green Economies [electronic resource]

In this program, Hazel Henderson discusses with Terry Mock how he transitioned from traditional real estate development to become a leading advocate and practitioner of ecologically sustainable long-term community development. Mock became passionate about preserving the DNA of the oldest trees and methods of cloning these long-lived species such as the giant redwood. He describes the tract of old-growth forest on the Oregon coast which he is developing into an ecologically-sustainable community.
Online
2013
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Healthy Foods, Healthy Lifestyles [electronic resource]: Paths to Happiness

In this program, Hazel Henderson and entrepreneur organic farmer Martin Ping discuss Hawthorne Valley Organic Farm, a cooperative community in upstate New York with over 260 associates. The farm runs a Waldorf School, provides vacation opportunities for inner-city children, has a retail business offering produce, cheeses and specialty foods, and supplies the farmers market in mid-town New York City. Martin feels that the way to happiness is through healthy food and lifestyle choices.
Online
2013
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Fostering Homegrown Reliable Economies [electronic resource]

In this program Hazel Henderson talks to Stuart Valentine, Principal of Centerpoint Investment Strategies, Fairfield, Iowa. Fairfield is embracing long term sustainability strategies including a cooperatively own electric utility, rooftop solar panels, wind turbines, organic agriculture, farmer's market and even a local crypto-currency. Fairfield is also home to successful small companies in these fields, as well as asset management firms and the famous Maharishi School of Management.
Online
2013
13.

Building the Woman's World Banking Movement [electronic resource]

In this program, Hazel Henderson talks with Founding President of Women's World Banking Michaela Walsh about the 20 year movement she guided to bring women into the financial sector as full participants. Michaela's story mirrors the emerging power of women in finance and all that Michaela learned along the way about the male-dominated heights of Wall Street.
Online
2013
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The Green Economy [electronic resource]: A Wide Shot

In this program Hazel Henderson and Los Angeles-based asset manager Gregory Wendt, principal of Stakeholder Capital, talk about the importance of new ways of managing assets based on wider analyses beyond the failed economic and financial models which crashed in 2008. This new view is multi-disciplinary and based on whole systems analyses. Just as asset managers who invested in fossil fuels had to learn principles of geology, and are now learning about agriculture and forestry, they are now required to go beyond these disciplines toward understanding how our whole planet actually functions. Now we must learn Life's Principles and Earth Systems Science, using the many Earth-observing satellites NASA uses to track what humans are actually doing to our planet and all its processes of us [...]
Online
2013