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.
Your computer is watching you.
The Academy’s Founding President, Rinaldo S. Brutoco, kicked off the event with a presentation on the existential threat posed by climate change.
In the United States, unlike in Europe and Asia, discussion of hydrogen energy and fuel cells as systemic, game-changing technologies is largely absent. That needs to change.
Groups including World Business Academy’s Safe Energy Project successfully lobby for closure (Click here for the Academy press release) Today a major goal of the World Business Academy’s Safe Energy Project has been achieved – Southern California Edison (SCE) has finally given in to public and regulatory pressure and decided to permanently close the San […]
The ongoing clashes between governments and multinationals over tax avoidance have fueled momentum for international tax cooperation and global tax reforms.