September 15, 2019

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Lobbying for Good – How to Build the Narrative?

To be effective, tell your story well. Philip Monaghan conveys how on Talkback.

The Wizard of Us: Measuring Heart at the North American Gross National Happiness Conference

Let's count on happiness: Laura Musikanski sends in her dispatch from the North American Gross National Happiness Conference.

How We Live: A Journey Towards a Just Transition

Resources, work and culture: the three pillars of "economy" that we need to shift toward sustainability. Kontent.

Six Guidelines to Effective Decision Making

Six guidelines to turning challenges into opportunities: Gilbert Probst and Andrea M. Bassi wrap up the Tackling Complexity series.

12 Infographics that Illustrate Poverty's Biggest Challenges

Here's a collection of visualizations on literacy, mortality, birth rates and more to put the biggest issues into perspective. One.org.

The Economic Devastation of Unchecked Climate Change: Are Boomtowns Losing Love for Fossil Fuel Development?

Even oil and gas boomtowns are losing their love for fossil fuel development. Mitchell Beer reports on Talkback.

Ideas That Will Spur Economic Regeneration

How can brands respond to society's real & changing needs instead of creating imaginary or unhealthy need for stuff? GuardianSustBiz.

Fast Food and the Double Bottom Line: New Report Finds Food Services Most Unequal Sector

Extreme inequality in CEO/worker pay isn't just bad for workers; it's bad for the bottom line. Francesca Rheannon on Talkback.

Can We Keep the Internet Free?

The struggle to save the world's greatest communication network. By Candace Clement, YES! Magazine.

Sharing Economies Are Here to Stay

Far from a blip driven by recession, sharing economies are offering a sustainable alternative to mainstream economics. Guardian.




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