Month: September 2011

African Nobel Prize Winner Passes Away, Leaves Ethical Legacy & Call to Action

“Wangari Maathai died September 25 of cancer, age 71. The first female African Nobel Peace Prize-winner, the first woman to receive a doctorate in Central or Eastern Kenya; the organization she founded, the Green Belt Movement, is responsible for the planting of millions of trees. But Maathai planted more than trees. She planted ideas, specifically …

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Slow Money Conference

Sustainability is often defined as to meet the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.  This has environmental, economic, and social dimensions – the “three pillars” of sustainability.  Many times people associate sustainability only with the environmental sphere.  This conference, Slow Money, focuses on the economic …

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