- Ethical Markets: Growing the Green Economy
Hazel Henderson, (holds Honorary Doctor of Science degrees), author, futurist, worldwide syndicated columnist, on equitable ecologically sustainable human development and socially responsible business and investment celebrating cultural and bio-diversity — and a new “earth ethics” beyond “economism.”
She is a world renowned futurist, evolutionary economist, a worldwide syndicated columnist, on sustainable development, and has written eight books.
She co-edited, with Harlan Cleveland and Inge Kaul, The UN: Policy and Financing Alternatives, Elsevier Scientific, UK.
Her editorials appear in 27 languages and in 200 newspapers syndicated by InterPress Service, Rome, New York, and Washington DC.
Her articles have appeared in over 250 journals, including (in USA) Harvard Business Review, New York Times, Christian Science Monitor; and Challenge, Mainichi (Japan), El Diario (Venezuela), World Economic Herald (China), LeMonde Diplomatique (France) and Australian Financial Review.
Her books are translated into German, Spanish, Japanese, Dutch, Swedish, Korean, Portuguese and Chinese.
She sits on several editorial boards, including Futures Research Quarterly, The State of the Future Report, and E/The Environmental Magazine (USA), Resurgence and Foresight and Futures (UK).
Since becoming a full-time TV producer, Hazel has stepped down from her many board memberships, including Worldwatch Institute, Calvert Social Investment Fund, and other associations, including the Social Investment Forum and the Social Venture Network.
She remains on the International Council of the Instituto Ethos de Empresas e Responsabilidade Social, Sao Paulo, Brasil, a Patron of the New Economics Foundation (London, UK) and a Fellow of the World Business Academy.
The first version of her Country Futures Indicators (CFI©), an alternative to the Gross National Product (GNP), is a co-venture with Calvert Group, Inc.: the Calvert-Henderson Quality-of-Life Indicators.
She has been Regent’s Lecturer at the University of California-Santa Barbara, held the Horace Albright Chair in Conservation at the University of California-Berkeley, and advised the U.S. Office of Technology Assessment and the National Science Foundation.
Henderson has many awards, she is an Honorary Member of the Club of Rome.
She shared the Global Citizen Award with Nobelist A. Perez Esquivel of Argentina.
She was elected a Fellow to Britain’s Royal Society of Arts, founded in 1754.