Donors are always calling for innovative thinking, so why not show a little inclination to innovate themselves?
A look at how investment firms, B Corporations, and other businesses are committing to social and environmental change.
Engaging customers in corporate philanthropy has significant bottom-line potential, but even big brands have struggled with doing it well. Is there a future for consumer-driven philanthropy?
Energy is central to many causes that funders care about, but it is one of the most underappreciated issues in 21st-century philanthropy.
There is no scientific consensus on the safety of GMOs and no evidence that their commercialization has been beneficial to society as a whole; until there is, it is prudent to just say no.
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Mobile adoption at the base of the pyramid will bring massive development benefits, but we must seize the unique opportunity to drive pre-emptive positive digital behavior to help safeguard vulnerable communities.
Clarifying four core features that hub organizations are widely assumed to share can help us grasp their limits and possibilities as innovation intermediaries.
Leading by example through individual and institutional commitments to fossil fuel divestment.
When collaborating on systems transformation, we must include both program beneficiaries and institutional leaders.
How the nature of design thinking complements and strengthens collective impact frameworks.