As Fair Trade USA changes its certification standards, a tempest is brewing among those in the coffee industry who see technology and transparency as the means to lift farmers out of poverty.
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Philanthrocapitalists are vital to moving beyond blame-game rhetoric to try to figure out solutions to the world’s problems.
Too few philanthrocapitalists are asking themselves hard questions about a model of economic growth that has made their acquisition of wealth possible.
Why do so many foundation and nonprofit strategies go amiss?
The argument that the arts are an economic engine (true or false) is unpersuasive.
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An interview with Tom Freston, chairman of the ONE Campaign.
The need for local government innovation is now greater than ever.
Through a simple purchase, a consumer is making a direct impact on someone’s life around the globe.
A look at the difference between cultural and social entrepreneurship.
Philanthropy frequently justifies its independence by invoking capacities it seldom displays.