It’s time to put an end to the “flat world” thinking that guides the work of all too many social change organizations.
Increasing numbers of businesses are adopting a social mission as an integral part of their work.
In Nepal, a US-based nonprofit is partnering with the national government to deliver full-service medical care in remote areas.
An international design award based in Denmark celebrates products and projects that aim “to improve life.”
An emerging business model that aims to reduce energy poverty holds real promise. But it needs a jump-start.
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A "big think" look at the future of capitalism fails to reckon with the factors that make capitalism so resilient.
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