Can the impact community succeed where COP28 failed on finance for emerging economies' climate adaptation? Plus, awkward questions for DFIs and stories of collaboration for impact. This week's view from the Pioneers Post newsroom.
Former US vice president, Nobel prize winner, climate action pioneer and regular Skoll World Forum star speaker fires up audience of social innovators in Oxford, England with impassioned presentation on importance of different perspectives.
As heatwaves sweep Asia and Europe, the reality of the climate crisis is becoming ever more obvious to even the most hardened sceptics. Who has the ideas, skills and motivation to move us to net zero? Social entrepreneurs!
Social enterprises are giving their all to tackle the climate crisis through their environmental missions. But they should take it one step further by incorporating climate justice, according to UK MP David Lammy.
Fisherman turned climate scientist Tero Mustonen set up Snowchange, a co-operative, to help rewild his native Finland. But, as peatlands and lakes slowly recover, a new question emerges: how much should humans continue to intervene with nature?
The transition to sustainable business models, if done properly, requires letting go of so much that it is actually a form of grief, writes Amina Ahmad. How, then, do we support business leaders through discomfort and loss?