Socially Responsible Investing with Greg Wendt. August 30.

What: Socially Responsible Investing with Greg Wendt, Certified Financial Planner
When: Thursday, August 30, 2012 at 7:30 pm
Where: at the L.A. EcoVillage (directions)

What do you do if you actually do have a pile of money and want to handle it in fiscally and socially responsible way as well as environmentally sensitive way? How can you do good while still doing well?

About Greg Wendt:

Gregory Wendt, CFP is Vice President of Sustainable and Responsible Investing (SRI) with EP Wealth Advisors, Inc. – a well established and recognized registered investment advisory firm based in Los Angeles with over $1 Billion of client assets under management as of April 2011. Having been in the business since 1991, Greg has earned a reputation as one of California’s leading experts in Sustainable and Responsible Investing.Greg is frequently profiled or quoted as an expert in the media including “Living with Ed” Television Show on Home and Garden Television, Business Ethics magazine, Los Angeles Times, Daily Variety, Financial Planning Magazine and others. Greg also speaks regularly at conferences on the matters of new paradigms in economics, sustainable and responsible investing, new consciousness around wealth and related matters. You can learn more about what is on his mind at his blog “Sustainable Wealth”.Greg and his colleagues at EP Wealth Advisors offer comprehensive financial advice to individuals, families, privately held corporations and charitable organizations. People come to Greg for a full range of financial services including comprehensive financial planning, investment management, estate planning and life insurance.Greg advises clients who want to align their wealth through investments that reflect their priorities and concerns for a better world. His clients
want to generate healthy returns while cultivating opportunities to improve life for current and future generations.””My work as a wealth coach is to advise you to and to work with your money to support your highest mission for living on the planet. I want you to live in a way that is consistent with your deeply held values and ideals.”  Greg

Sponsored by Urban Soil/Tierra Urbana limited equity housing co-op, the Beverly-Vermont
Community Land Trust and CRSP Institute for Urban Ecovillages.

Coming in october

GAIA UNIVERSITY event with Liora Adler and Andy Langford:

Cohousing event with Betsy Morris and Raines Cohen

Watch for details.

 

Sponsored by Urban Soil/Tierra Urbana limited equity housing co-op, the Beverly-Vermont
Community Land Trust and CRSP Institute for Urban Ecovillages.

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This Way Out: a step by step guide to starting a worker co-op. Film and Discussion. Coming in September.

What: Presentation of the film This Way Out:  a step by step guide to starting a worker co-op, followed by a series of discussions with Dr. Liz Rider

Where: L.A Eco-Village (directions)

When:   December 2, 2012 from 9am to 12:30 pm and continues for two more sessions as noted below  Attend one or several.

Veggie potluck breakfast at 9am.  Session starts at 9:30 am

#4 Sun 12/2 from 9am to 12:30 pm on Planning and Funding
#5 Sun 12/9 from 9am to 12:30 pm
#6 Sun 1/6/13 from 9am to 12:30 pm

*Pre-requisite for Sessions #4 thru #6:
You must have seen the film in sessions #1-3 or have a basic understanding of co-ops and their
principles and the basic types of worker co-ops.

For resources on worker co-ops, see: http://usworker.coop/about/history/regional and
http://www.ncba.coop/ncba/about-co-ops/co-op-types/worker-cooperatives

Please let us know if you are planning to attend: crsp@igc.org or phone 213/738-1254.

Free events but donations requested.

Watch the film trailer:

This Way Out is…Out! from MightySmall Films on Vimeo.

About Dr Lisabeth Ryder:

Dr Lisabeth Ryder is a life-long social justice and human rights activist. While earning her doctorate at UCLA, she worked with Professor Leo Kuper in International Alert Against Genocide and Mass Killing to educate about genocide, In 1991, she was one of the 12 founding members of the East Timor Action Network that later helped bring about the plebiscite in East Timor making it the world’s newest nation. She was an organizer against the racist initiatives in California, with Coalition ‘94 against Proposition 187 and with Metropolitan Alliance against Proposition 209. Working for organized labor for two decades, Dr Ryder has provided support for labor organizing campaigns across the country as a staff member of SEIU and AFSCME.

Starting in the 1970’s she participated the Free Venice Conspiracy, an early food cooperative in Venice California, she has worked to develop cooperatives such as the Wee Bruins child care cooperative at UCLA student housing. She sees Worker Cooperatives as the game changer in taking back our economy of predatory capitalism, and has worked with the Democratic Socialists of America and the US Federation of Worker Cooperatives grow the worker cooperative community. She serves as Co-Chair of the Labor Council of the US Federation of Worker Cooperatives and program coordinatot of cooperative development as Occupy Jobs: http://www.occupyjobs.org

Sponsored by Urban Soil/Tierra Urbana limited equity housing co-op, the Beverly-Vermont Community Land Trust and CRSP Institute for Urban Ecovillages in association with Occupy Jobs

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