At the 2013 Stanford Center for Social Innovation’s 2013 Conradin Von Gugelberg Memorial Lecture, Nichols addresses CA's cap-and-trade system and what it means for our environment.
Audio lectures brought to you by Social Innovation Conversations, co-hosted by Stanford Social Innovation Review's Managing Editor Eric Nee.
Ridwan Djamaluddin speaks on how Indonesia is using technology to deal with climate threats and implementing early warning systems to save lives.
Organizations are finding that subtle changes in language make a difference in how people vote.
Teachers play a key role in influencing the future not only of students, but of the country and world as a whole. What contributes to teacher effectiveness?
Educators, administrators, academics, business people, and politicians talk about potential solutions, what’s working, and what isn’t.
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Park discusses how methods of efficiency developed in industries outside of health care need to be brought in to rework the health care industry.
Daniel Kreeger, Executive Director of the Association of Climate Change Officers (ACCO), outlines the relatively new position of Climate Change Officer.
In this panel discussion we hear from senior government energy and technology officials on what’s up and coming with respect to environmental responsibility.
Former FDA Commissioner David Kessler discusses how we define the cultural norm for food consumption and what role our government should play in regulating food companies.
CDC Deputy Director for Policy and Communication Donald Shriber speaks about how the agency coordinates and manages its efforts and resources to respond to emerging threats to global health.