Greenpeace catapulted Greenfreeze, an ozone- and climate-safe refrigerant, into widespread use and launched the first Green Olympic Games in Sydney, Australia, in 2000.
Why a promising social franchise collapsed.
How one nonprofit uses an NFL team’s celebrity to improve poor children’s eyesight - and life chances.
How Merck and the WHO have sustained a fragile balance of power in their battle against river blindness.
How a Boston educational-services nonprofit is realizing its own potential for growth so that its scholars can realize theirs.
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Minnesota Public Radio: social purpose capitalism.
When a Canadian multinational laid off hundreds of gold miners in South Africa, it went many extra miles to help them get back on their feet.
Two Chicago nonprofit job training programs find strength and stability in a merger.
Where the charitable response to 9/11 went wrong.
A maverick reorganization by an American Heart Association affiliate paves the way for fundraising success.