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Tag: Animal Welfare




Taking Flight for Conservation

Despite their somewhat ominous reputation, drones are proving to have a wide range of beneficial applications.
By Suzie Boss | 1 | Nov. 19, 2014

Global Issues

Animal Protection: A Growing and Global Priority

Protecting animals is integral to solving many international problems; we must use the increasing momentum behind animal welfare to drive long-term change.

By Anne Lieberman | 3 | Jun. 18, 2014

Nonprofit Management

One Story, Mass Engagement

Presenters at the second-annual Social Media on Purpose conference discuss the power of one in generating global support.

By Devin Briski | 1 | May. 23, 2014

Global Issues

Hotel Africa: The Politics of Escape

Hotel Africa offers a new African narrative, one that spans the economy, politics, and more from the perspective of an author on the ground.
By G. Pascal Zachary | Oct. 12, 2012


Prairie Portfolio

Economists are using a tool familiar to the financial industry to analyze climate change outcomes for conservationists.
By Corinna Wu | Aug. 15, 2012

Civil Society

It Takes Three to Tango

A European perspective on American civil society. A quick glance at the latest
thinking about not-for-profit management and philanthropy
reveals some profound differences between the ways American and
European practitioners look at today’s major societal challenges.
By Johan Van de Gronden | 6 | May. 4, 2011


Can Stakeholder Reviews by Beneficiaries Bring New Perspectives to Philanthropy?

The philanthropic community might access the “constituent’s voice” through user reviews of nonprofit organizations written by clients, volunteers, and other stakeholders.

By Perla Ni | 2 | Aug. 5, 2010

Laurie Marker - Environmental Sustainability for the Cheetah

By Eric Nee | May. 17, 2009