"Always remember the will to act is a renewable resource." Al Gore takes to the stage at the 2016 Skoll World Forum to urge participants not to give up in the plight to make climate action an international priority.
“If we just backed off a little bit, everybody would have more.” Founder of Blue Ventures Alasdair Harris explains why conservation makes good business sense for the millions of people living in coastal communities around the world.
Juliet Davenport is the CEO of the first dedicated 100% renewable electricity supplier, which supports over 76,000 homes, business and communities generating their own energy. Find out why her day involves plenty of politicians and a touch of magic.
Former first lady of South Africa Graça Machel was among the five social entrepreneurs celebrated at the 2015 Skoll World Forum Awards in Oxford last night, which honoured those fighting for social and evironmental justice around the world.
“Every breakdown in global markets is a valuable lesson.” Professor Boleslaw Rok from Warsaw's Kozminski University describes the social enterprise scene in Poland, what it takes to be a social entrepreneur and "MAD" goals.
The 2015 European Commission Social Innovation Competition launched this week and aims to find the best business ideas to tackle the most pressing issues in Europe – ageing populations, climate change and more.