An additional project that I've been working on Edit
I've been working on a project that seems to plug in to the core concepts that you have for EI, and I'd like to share. I call the project "Democracy for Wall Street", and it's based in the idea that shareholders should be exercising their rights in the corporate elections as much as they do in government elections.
While a lot of the Universities and Financial institutions are completely unloading their shares of stocks that don't seem to care about our world, what that does is allow those companies to find financing elsewhere to continue their ways. What I want to see instead is for us as stakeholders to become shareholders, and use our votes to remove the members of the Board of Directors who are making the decisions that are destroying our world. I'd like it to go beyond partisanship, but for now my only criteria to determine what values each person holds is which political party they donate money to. Any other criteria ideas would be welcome.
I haven't been here for a while, but I posted the draft 'What is EI' page.
Chadlupkes 15:13, 14 April 2007 (UTC)
- Good to see lots of new pages and stuff :) York is gonna be getting things moving again this term so I'll update it as and when. (Ricjl 20:23, 16 April 2007 (UTC))
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Ethical investing news and services website Edit
I have an ethical investing news and services website: [www.investingforthesoul.com] Investing For the Soul which I believe will be of help to all of you. Have a look at it. I wish you all great success.