Stanford Social Innovation Review : Informing and inspiring leaders of social change


Tag: Sustainability


Innovations in environmental and social behavior that enable organizations and society to operate for the long term



EDF Future of Green Calls

Featuring Daniel Kreeger | Oct. 3, 2011

Socially Responsible Business

Sustainable Excellence: The Future of Business in a Fast-Changing World

Featuring Aron Cramer | Sep. 30, 2011
Marc Henrich is founder and executive director of the nonprofit Ecodana.

Global Issues

From the Field: Vietnamese Anti-Poverty Model May Work Elsewhere

I set out to see if the organizational models of two successful Vietnamese nonprofits were location-specific.

By Marc Henrich | Aug. 26, 2011


Environmental Sustainability and Energy Policy

Featuring Dan Reicher, Arun Majumdar, and Aneesh Chopra | Aug. 24, 2011

Urban Development

Networking for Sustainable Transport

By Brandon Keim | Aug. 16, 2011

Socially Responsible Business

Sourcing Locally for Impact

By Ethan B. Kapstein & René Kim | Aug. 16, 2011


Becoming the Sustainability We Seek

So focused on short-term funding for survival, the nonprofit sector is losing its ability to implement innovative solutions to the world’s problems.

By Rich Tafel | 4 | Jul. 8, 2011


Environmental Sustainability with World Water

Featuring an MIT/Stanford Venture Lab Event Panel | Jun. 27, 2011
SSIR blogger Paul Rice is the president and CEO of Fair Trade USA.

Socially Responsible Business

Fair Trade: A Model for Sustainable Development

Fair Trade is a viable vehicle for producers to strengthen their positions and take more control over their lives.

By Paul Rice | 7 | Jun. 23, 2011


Renewable Energy and Environmental Sustainability

Featuring Severin Borenstein | Jun. 19, 2011