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 September 2016 

Recent news, top stories, and key resources from the ethical economy!

Upcoming Event


3rd Global Social
Economy Forum 


Montréal, Québec
September 7-9, 2016

 

Over 2,000 people from across all 5 continents will be heading to Montreal this September for the 3rd Global Social Economy Forum. The purpose of this event is to facilitate collaboration among public administrators and actors in the social and solidarity economy (SSE) and the central theme of GSEF2016 is collaboration between local governments and the SSE for the development of cities

Over 3 days, 30 workshops, numerous site visits, and hundreds of meeting opportunities, participants will be exposed to best practices and exciting innovations taking place all over the world. We will be there, co-presenting with the Greenbelt Fund on Technology and the Collaborative Economy.
 
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                               In the News


Middlesex-London Launches Community Food Assessment and Announces
Food Policy Council


 
More than one year ago, a group of highly motivated community organizations and key food system stakeholders from across Middlesex-London decided to explore their local food system.

On June 16, 2016, after much hard work and the contributions of hundreds of community members, the Middlesex-London Community Food Assessment Report was officially launched alongside a call to action for community members to serve as founding members of Middlesex-London's Food Policy Council.

The London Free Press recently produced a multimedia spread that not only covers this event but also highlights a number of findings from this important report. 

 
Read the Article!

Project Update


The Greenbelt Fund is Growing Ontariofresh.ca with a Social Enterprise to Optimize Food Flow 

The Greenbelt Fund is helping to build a local food economy in Ontario by increasing consumer access to products grown, raised and harvested here while brokering new trading relationships across the food system. In support of their mission, they are developing a social enterprise to address the gap in infrastructure in the middle of the food value chain.

This project involves developing a software application that will seamlessly integrate with their online network and marketing service, Ontariofresh.ca, enhance the viability of local growers and producers, and optimize the transportation of food from place to place. Want to learn more, connect with Stephen Batthany, Business Solutions.
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From our Resource Lab


Eco-Ethonomics' New Social Impact Report Card

Eco-Ethonomics prides itself on leveraging cross-sector expertise to provide strategic advice, foster collaboration and facilitate cultural change in order to create social, environmental, and economic impact.  We have had the pleasure of serving a diversity of populations and supporting non-profit organizations, various levels of government, and private sector companies across the country.

An infographic is a great way to clearly and quickly share important information, key data, and valuable knowledge with others. Infographics can also be used to track the work you are doing and the impact it's having. We've designed a Social Impact Report Card for our company and want to share it with you.   


Please don't hesitate to share what you're up to with us, or reach out if you'd like to discuss how we may help to maximize your impact.

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