Steven Lovink Introduction (02:28)
Hazel Henderson talks about financial system flaws and introduces IT entrepreneur and sustainable community developer Steven Lovink.
Sustainable Business Work (04:20)
Lovink describes how he entered the IT field and began working with alternative economic models and corporate social responsibility in the Amazon.
Water Privatization (02:28)
Lovink discusses his involvement with the World Bank and investing in small entrepreneurs. Henderson talks about resource rights issues in the developing world.
Global Crisis Response (01:31)
Henderson discusses how economic break down facilitates social innovations at the community level.
Anacostia Re-Development Model (05:26)
Lovink outlines his project revitalizing a Washington, D.C. neighborhood that will house government institutions, foster innovation, create community, and showcase sustainable solutions.
Anacostia Sustainable Projects (03:19)
Lovink is planning an urban farm and education center to provide community food and employment, and will set up a time banking system.
Washington, D.C. Innovation (02:06)
Henderson discusses political gridlock and commends Lovink for showcasing sustainable alternatives in the Anacostia project.
Real Wealth Movement (04:45)
Lovink discusses "Money & Life," a documentary exploring Wall Street ethics. Henderson cites financial experts calling for a debt free economy.
Credits: Nurturing Sustainable Communities Worldwide: Ethical Markets 5 (01:03)
Credits: Nurturing Sustainable Communities Worldwide: Ethical Markets 5
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