Nonprofit Tipping Point Community, which works to combat poverty and homelessness in the Bay Area, has realized that solutions to intractable problems like education reform, housing and support for reducing homelessness don’t just depend on public funding. They emerge from innovative research and collective dialogue with all stakeholders. We chat with Founder and CEO Daniel Lurie and Tipping Point’s T Lab Director, Stephanie Lewis about their innovative and effective approach.
When we sat down with Tetra Pak’s Global Sustainability Leader Mario Abreu, it quickly became clear that sustainability reporting begins where many things in life often begin; from the inside out.
How do you “green” a city that doesn’t have adequate room for parks and greenspaces? If you are Stefano Boeri, Milan’s innovative thinker, you plant upwards. His Bosco Verticale (Vertical Forest) has become a model for how to cut CO2 and add oxygen to densely packed cities.
In 2017, we are operating in times unlike anything we have ever seen before. Consumer demand for transparency is at all-time high. Million-dollar marketing campaigns are losing out to consumer video uploads and online activism.
The impact of yearly hurricane seasons can no longer be measured solely in how much private insurers have to pay out of pocket to rebuild homes. Harvey, Irma and Maria are teaching us valuable lessons about what’s really at stake when the climate deals a blow.
SPECIAL SERIES: Dreamforce 2017
Many environmental leaders, from multiple sectors, have refused to be intimidated by the scale and complexities of climate change. The obstacles to taking on climate action are many, including communicating the risks to citizens in the first place. After all, many people understandably have a hard time wrapping their heads around this phenomenon. At Dreamforce 2017, these sustainability leaders explained the tactics by which they are cracking this nut.
SPECIAL SERIES: Dreamforce 2017
In recent years, the nonprofit sector has witnessed more women ascending to technology management positions. These leaders are on the front lines of discussions on management and employee engagement. And at a time when many organizations are shifting to a social enterprise model, technology remains central to NGOs’ missions.
It is news no apparel company wants to hear: allegations of slavery or any form of bonded labor in a supply chain. But the story of some apparel workers in Turkey tucking notes in some of Zara’s clothing has generated the fast fashion retailer headlines for all the wrong reasons.
Uniting brands and fans, and the sports and entertainment they love, around collective action for social good goes beyond marketing, cause marketing and sports marketing into helping to effect substantial social change.
The newswires, and social media, have been buzzing over Papa John’s CEO blaming the National Football League for his company’s decline in sales. But many of the pizza chain’s current struggles are self-inflicted.
Many upstream textile producers, like Artistic Fabric & Garment Industries in Pakistan are stepping up to reduce the impact of their business. Check out their efforts to close the loop.
The cage-free eggs announcement coming out of Nestlé’s Switzerland headquarters sends a signal: food companies that ignore millennials do so at their own peril.
“Spark the Arts,” is a partnership between Tapestry Collection by Hilton and Youth Service America that seeks to unleash the artistic talents of children and teenagers into projects that can have a positive impact on their neighborhoods. 3p watched one program in action in Syracuse, New York.