Segments in this Video

Growing the Love Economy: Introduction (03:26)


Hazel Henderson outlines alternatives to the financial system and introduces "Dare to Care" author and Care First World founder Louis Bohtlingk.

Constructive vs. Destructive Wealth (02:43)

Bohtlingk discusses studying the relationship between money, care, and cultural values.

Love Based Economy (02:58)

Bohtlingk outlines the concept of care based transactions. While counseling individuals, he discovered that money issues are common in society.

Reforming the Financial Paradigm (04:04)

Bohtlingk and Anderson discuss implementing the socially responsible "Dare to Care" philosophy.

"Dare to Care" Global Network (02:19)

Bohtlingk talks about putting his socially responsible financial paradigm into action.

Confronting the Money Myth (02:05)

Anderson and Bohtlingk discuss how public awareness of the broken financial system is promoting social alternatives.

Global Public Financial Resources (04:13)

Anderson and Bohtlingk reflect on efforts to see money as a common good with ethical value.

"Dare to Care" Psychology (01:17)

Bohtlingk discusses developing community financial initiatives to heal fear around money.

Financial Empowerment (03:10)

Anderson and Bohtlingk discuss how money controls society, such as private healthcare, and reflect on community efforts to rework the system.

Credits: Daring to Care: Growing the Love Economy: Ethical Markets 5 (01:12)

Credits: Daring to Care: Growing the Love Economy: Ethical Markets 5

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Daring to Care: Growing the Love Economy—Ethical Markets 5

Part of the Series : Ethical Markets 5: Transforming Finance 3.0
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In this program, Hazel Henderson and Louis Bohtlingk, author of Dare to Care, discuss the growth of the new sharing economy, including open source volunteerism, crowdfunding, and local currencies. People can overcome the domination of money over their lives by participating in new opportunities for sharing services, exchanging community forms of wealth, and fostering local relationships. Part of the series Ethical Markets 5: Transforming Finance 3.0. (28 minutes)

Length: 29 minutes

Item#: BVL58385

ISBN: 978-0-81609-955-9

Copyright date: ©2013

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