Featuring profiles of visionary entrepreneurs, economists, and activists, this 12-part public television series delves into hot-button ethical issues at the heart of international business. Each program investigates corporate challenges and solutions related to the triple bottom line—an increasingly popular term for standards of human dignity, environmental stewardship, and financial profit that guide socially responsible commerce. Building on the real-world expertise of its guests, commentators, and creator—renowned scholar Hazel Henderson, author of the book Ethical Markets—the series serves as a video forum for bold “green business” ideas. Portions of this series appear in the program The New Green Revolution (item #37435). 12-part series, 28 minutes each.

Item#: BVL37184

ISBN: 978-1-4213-6576-3

Copyright date: ©2005

Closed Captioned

Reviews & Awards

Ethical Markets should be a daily show broadcast on many networks. The world is crying for the ideas and examples of a new economics that ensures a sustainable future for all of us. Hazel Henderson and Simran Sethi introduce viewers to an awakening world of possibility. A world where profit pursues a triple-bottom-line, and where hope blossoms among a new set of entrepreneurs to build a better world for all. The real life case studies show that indeed another world is possible, in fact it's being born in places and businesses around the world. The wider world needs to hear these stories if we are  going to steer our spaceship earth towards a future that provides opportunity and security for all of us.” —Terry Link, Director, Office of Campus Sustainability, Michigan State University


“We found the Ethical Markets series so valuable, we built an entire college course in our Financial Studies curriculum around it.” —Carol S. Spalding, Ed.D., Open Campus President, Florida Community College at Jacksonville

Ethical Markets challenges us to think beyond what is and look instead at what can, should and must be the bedrock principles of a sustainable, global economy.” —James W. Knight, Dean, Division of Continuing Education, The University of Florida


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