July 06, 2020

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How to engage millennials? Appeal to 3 core values, 3 core traits

With all the conflicting information on millennials' relationship with social change, how do we successfully engage these generations in positive behavior change?

Opportunities for Women in the Clean Economy

According to the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) the gender-gap in the energy industry is well-documented - women hold only 27 percent of...

Are We Seeing the Emergence of the Enlightened CEO?

How can your average CEO gain a deeper understanding of CSR and embed it meaningfully into the business model?

Honda Appoints First Woman to Its Board

Hideko Kunii named first female board member and foreigner promoted as carmaker shakes up Japanese corporate culture. Guardian.

Is Green Politics Just High-End Consumerism?

Instead of advocating "green" lifestyles that are financially and culturally inaccessible to millions, why not connect to race, class?

More Evidence It's a Mistake to Make Employees Work in the Office

A nine-month study found remote workers were happier, less likely to quit and more productive than their office peers. Inc.

2014's Most Valuable Employee: The Social Intrapreneur

This year promises to be a tipping point for a growing group of innovators who are doing good for society. Ashoka for Forbes.

How Can We Help Men? By Helping Women

Whether they realize it or not, men now have a direct stake in policies that advance gender equality. NY Times.

This Is What the Next Generation of Engineers Looks Like

Black Girls CODE introduces young girls of color to computer programming, app development, robotics and STEM fields. Mashable.

Diversity Matters: Challenging Fashion Model 'Norms'

Society, and especially the fashion industry, often treats disabled people like they're invisible. Upworthy shows a change.




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