Perspectives on Reforming Electronic Markets and Trading

The UNEP Inquiry
The Inquiry into the Design of a Sustainable Financial System has been initiated by the United Nations Environment Programme to advance policy options to improve the financial system’s effectiveness in mobilizing capital towards a green and inclusive economy—in other words, sustainable development. Established in January 2014, it published its final report, The Financial System We Need, in October 2015.

More information on the Inquiry is at: www.unep.org/inquiry and www.unepinquiry.org or from: Ms. Mahenau Agha, Director of Outreach [email protected]

Ethical Markets Media
Ethical Markets Media is a Certified B Corporation promoting the emergence of a sustainable, green, more ethical and just economy worldwide. It promulgates new standards, including the Principles of Ethical Biomimicry Finance ®, the Green Transition Scoreboard ® and carries out research, assists and reports on new organizations: civic, non-profit and for-profit, as well as individuals working for the transition to the new economies of the dawning information-rich solar age. Ethical Markets Media is a signatory member of the Principles for Responsible Investment. Its ‘Ethical Markets’ and ‘Transforming Finance’ TV series are distributed globally to colleges and libraries at www.films.com.

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Hazel Henderson is President and Founder of Ethical Markets Media (USA and Brazil) and is a Fellow of Britain’s Royal Society of Arts; Honorary Member of the Club of Rome and Fellow of the World Business Academy. She served as a science policy advisor in Washington, D.C. on the US Office of Technology Assessment Advisory Council; the National Science Foundation and the National Academy of Engineering Committee on Public Engineering Policy from 1974 until 1980. She also writes for the investment research platform Seeking Alpha (http://seekingalpha.com/author/hazel-henderson/articles). [email protected] More information here

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