Author: 3p Conferences
Leaders call for a transformation from “less bad” to “more good.” The key to getting there is to adopt a new, more engaging and more collaborative leadership style, sustainability leaders said at the 2014 AASHE conference.
Five of the initiatives announced at the Clinton Global Initiative’s tenth annual meeting will help Jordan and other Mideast nations cope with the ongoing Syrian refugee crisis.
During the recent CGI annual meeting in New York, members — with a collective 2,872 Commitments to Action among them — shared how they drove change in their organizations.
The Social Innovation Summit in NYC brings together organizations that aim to scale their social impact, such as the two large bakery chains Greyston Bakery and Panera Bread. Both are utilizing their core competencies in order to drive positive social change and community development.
At the Global Philanthropy Forum last week, MacArthur Foundation and MasterCard Foundation shared insights from the funder collaborative launched in 2012 that seeks to increase secondary education access and improve learning outcomes for marginalized populations.
The Global Philanthropy Forum (GPF) convened in Redwood City, Calif. April 23-25, with participation from foundations, NGOs, and international development and aid agencies.
Two Brown undergrads sat down to talk with Ira Magaziner, Chief Executive Officer and Vice Chairman of the Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI) and Chairman of the Clinton Climate Initiative (CCI), and hear about his journey as a social entrepreneur and activist. Here is what they learned.
We need more women investors so that we can level out the playing field, level the amount of risk that is taken on Wall Street and in investments in general, and help to create a more stable economy.
Transforming our transportation infrastructure won’t happen overnight. While policies improving the supply side are taking shape, our individual transportation choices can have a more immediate impact.
As Angelenos look forward to sunny beach days ahead, they also should celebrate the city’s FIT program. It is a bright example for other large cities across the U.S. to aspire to follow.