Crisis response and preparedness has come a long way – but to manage future disasters, we need to support a marketplace for tried-and-tested innovations – and to learn from experience in countries like India.
Concerns about virtue-signalling and purpose-washing are widespread – and sometimes justified – in the conference circuit. Big claims or good intentions are no longer enough: sponsors must do all they can to prove their commitment.
The global impact deals, reports and initiatives you need to know about this month – all in one place. Featuring Armenia's VIA Fund, the Africa Impact Investing Group, Charity Bank, Leapfrog, BNP Paribas and many more.
Her friends consider her an “exceptional connector”, with crazy ideas ahead of her time. As she comes to terms with cancer, the gender-lens investing champion is more impatient than ever – but her legacy project, she tells us, is also a source of joy.
INTERVIEW: An NGO co-founded by Patagonia’s Yvon Chouinard is shifting millions from corporate coffers to green causes. The CEO tells us why it’s not about perfection – and why she’s had enough of “squabbling” and indecision.
How do you cater for a growing urban population while protecting the planet? Insights from a resource-strapped mayor in Mozambique, a conservation champion in Canada, and a Polish municipality that’s involving kindergartens to reach net zero.
PART 3: The world is full of “charlatans, greenwashers and Instagram lifestylers” keen for social change – as long as they themselves don't have to change. If you think you can solve the world’s problems, be brutally honest about your ‘why’.