Why climate adaptation matters, and five powerful pathways for funders to fuel change.
Innovative ways to influence public policy
The complete absence of climate change from the first two presidential debates was the best thing that could have happened to the cause.
Appeals to caring for the needy are likely to backfire unless advocates acknowledge and avoid inflaming passions that stem from other powerful moral values.
Nonprofits must speak up and call on state and local governments to give them a greater policymaking voice.
Foundations can generate big impact by investing their charitable dollars in advocacy, community organizing, and civic engagement.
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In honor of Black History Month, this blog will highlight 28 black nonprofit leaders who are working to make our world a better and more hopeful place for generations to come.
Recent TED Prize winner, chef Jamie Oliver, has a goal to change the way Americans look at food and fight the growing trend of childhood obesity.