UPDATE (12/04/2013): On November 26, Gwen Hallsmith was fired from her job at the City of Montpelier, after seven years of service. Her attorney has indicated that she will... More Info
New Economy Week was a national week of celebration in October 2013 designed to shine a light on the movement to build a new economy – an economy that is restorative to people, place, and the planet. From October 12-18, we highlighted events, actions, reports, works of art, and other projects that promoted the principles of democracy, justice, and sustainability.!
New Economy Week 2013 is over. Stay tuned for more information about plans for 2014!
Green Festival is headed to a new venue in Los Angeles October 19-20 - the LA Mart, located at 1933 Broadway.
Along with classic program favorites – Green Business, Fair Trade, Community... More Info
If we want to build an economy that is just and equitable, issues of race and class must be at the forefront of everything we do. As we continue to grow the New Economy movement, we have to... More Info
Bob Massie, the president of the New Economics Institute, is in the Pacific-Northwest today speaking at the Seattle Divestment Forum organized by the Office of Mayor McGinn. Well known for his... More Info
The Global Development And Environment Institute (GDAE – pronounced "gee-day") was founded in 1993 to combine the research and curricular development activities of two Tufts programs:... More Info