Segments in this Video

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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Nurturing Sustainable Communities Worldwide: Ethical Markets 5

Part of the Series : Ethical Markets 5: Transforming Finance 3.0
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In this program, Hazel Henderson and Dutch IT entrepreneur Steven Lovink examine new communities developing around the world based on values of relationship and ecological sustainability. Lovink describes his current work with a re-development project in Anacostia, Washington, D.C. where acres of obsolete buildings and land are being re-developed to showcase new knowledge and methods of long-term sustainability, reviving local neighborhoods, and providing jobs. Part of the series Ethical Markets 5: Transforming Finance 3.0. (28 minutes)

Length: 29 minutes

Item#: BVL58391

ISBN: 978-0-81609-961-0

Copyright date: ©2013

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