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After spending decades in social enterprise to try and solve the world's sustainability challenges, have social entrepreneurs truly managed to change the world?
The wake of the Boston Marathon bombings brought an undertow of conspiracy theories ranging from farfetched to unbelievable. David Pakman.
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Can corporations and activists find common ground through accountability? Bill Shireman, President and CEO of Future 500 thinks so. He explains on Talkback.
1.3M+ signatures have been collected so far -- help Agua de todos, the Portuguese groups fighting privatization of water in Portugal, reach 2M.
The New Yorker explores the environmental movement in the early 1970s and how Earth Day began as a minimally organized teach-in.
Kristine Wong of GreenBiz interviews McKibben, founder of 350.org, about lessons for business in the age of climate change.
Michael Shuman advocates generating wealth through local investment, self-reliance, ownership and control. On MNN.
3p compiles list of individuals who blog about sustainability issues and actively engage with their readers on Twitter.
In the Seinfeld episode “The Opposite,” George Costanza decides that because his instincts in life have served him wrong for so long, he...
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In the fall of 2012, the Avon Foundation, supporting several native NGOs, helped pass legislation in Hungary declaring domestic violence illegal.