A discussion of the ways in which growing numbers of communities are aligning resources and pulling together to create significant change on a community problem.
Elizabeth Littlefield heads up OPIC, a federal agency that helps steer billions of dollars of private investment capital to developing countries.
Jeff Skoll is one of the most creative, generous, and effective philanthropists of his time. And at age 47, he’s just getting started.
A group of social innovation leaders from around the world discuss impact investing and how to make it more effective.
Chris West leverages the assets of the Shell Foundation and its corporate parent to improve the lives of low-income people in the developing world.
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Executives from 10 major corporations discuss the innovative ways that they are putting societal issues at the core of their companies’ strategy and operations.
Richard Jefferson believes that biotechnology can be used to benefit the poor and disenfranchised, but only if the R&D process is democratized.
Manish Bapna, managing director of World Resources Institute, is helping China manage its environmental problems.
Neal Keny-Guyer believes that wars, earthquakes, and other disasters create opportunities for Mercy Corps to help improve society.
Jeffrey Sachs believes we must lift a billion-plus people out of poverty while reducing our impact on the environment.