Liberty Mutual, get your head out of the tar sands!

The Cooperative Society NewsletterNovember 2020, Issue 25by E.G. Nadeau, Ph.D. Those of you who live in the U.S. are probably familiar with a series of inane TV ads featuring an emu and his intellectually challenged human partner. The ads are for Liberty Mutual, a Boston-based insurance company that is one of the largest in the world.Continue reading “Liberty Mutual, get your head out of the tar sands!”

Developing Strategies for U.S. and Global Green New Deals

The Cooperative Society Newsletter January 2019, Issue 13 by E.G. Nadeau, Ph.D. We’ve written two books about the societal transformation that we believe is taking place. Our hypotheses are based on our research of seven broad sets of variables such as economic power, the environment, quality of life, and more. If this is of interestContinue reading “Developing Strategies for U.S. and Global Green New Deals”

Can We Electrify the World by 2030?

The Cooperative Society Newsletter September 2018, Issue 11 by E.G. Nadeau, Ph.D. A little over a billion people have no access to electricity. That’s 1/7th of the world’s population. There are hundreds of millions more whose energy is unreliable, dirty, unhealthy, inadequate, unsustainable, and/or expensive – for example, kerosene, diesel, wood, and candles.[1] At theContinue reading “Can We Electrify the World by 2030?”

Businesses With A Heart

The Cooperative Society Newsletter January 2018, Issue 7 E.G. Nadeau The underlying theme of the first Cooperative Society newsletter article of 2018 is that private-sector organizations can do good and do well at the same time. Companies in the Forbes Global 2000 can create social and environmental benefits as well as provide financial returns toContinue reading “Businesses With A Heart”