We see an authentic leap forward occurring in business’ commitment to take responsibility for our collective future.
The press in Britain, France, Greece, and China did not mince words discussing the breakdown of the U.S. political system.
“Business will have a shaping effect on the future. The Academy’s self-imposed task is to bring as much enlightenment as possible to that shaping.”
A version of this article originally appeared in the World Business Academy’s monthly publication Currents in Commerce. Join our mailing list to receive Currents in your inbox. As the effects of climate change “begin to frighten us, geoengineering will come to dominate global politics,” predicts Clive Hamilton, in his must-read new book, Earthmasters: The Dawn of the Age […]
Public Banking in Costa Rica: A Remarkable, Little-Know Model By Ellen Brown, Public Banking Institute November 11, 2013 (Republished with permission from the Author. Visit her website for more.) In Costa Rica, publicly-owned banks have been available for so long and work so well that people take for granted that any country that knows how […]
A “supporting idea” response to the new “B Team” from Academy Fellow Elisabet Sahtouris
Sandbags have not been enough to stop the daily leak of 400 tons of radioactive water from the damaged Fukushima nuclear reactors.
Should education spending be counted as an expense or as an investment (as it is in many other countries)?
Humanity, like all other species of Earth before and with us, is evolving.
Big Ag subsidies make developing countries’ farm sectors less competitive, undermining fair trade and global food security.
World Business Academy Founder Rinaldo S. Brutoco presents the moral and economic case against nuclear power, with a focus on the risks at the Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant.
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