Understanding why people behave unselfishly
With the ever-widening wealth gap, we as a society need to break out of the traditional philanthropic mold.
If real, radical cultural change is a goal of the Clinton Global Initiative, then real rich people are part of the problem and fundamental to the solution.
Employers who provide workers with tangible ways to make a positive social or environmental impact will find that it pays off.
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As leaders, the only pretension we cannot tolerate is that we are powerless to change what we see around us.
Only a sliver of the world’s population currently benefits from well-designed spaces in which to live their best lives.
A groundbreaking microfinance model is bringing out the best in society.
A new generation of architects and designers are raising expectations for the public interest design movement.