To most people’s surprise, Africa is now the second-fastest growing economy, after Asia. One of the key reasons behind this growth is an increased focus on social innovations and social […]
Ideagen has published its latest annual Power 100 List, highlighting the 100 individuals and organisations leading the way towards ‘Empowering Wome ...
Textile waste is a huge problem. In just the U.S. alone, 25 million pounds of textiles are created every year. That is about 82 pounds per person. Onl ...
The advent of the Internet has been a real game-changer, connecting people globally. The Cherie Blair Foundation for Women is taking full advantage of ...
In the last few years, a number of countries have taken steps to increase their reliance on non-fossil fuel energy sources. Sweden has chosen to lead from the front to [...]
Choosing the right sustainability conference…Every year as I budget for networking and marketing, the stress I feel over this decision tightens my stomach into a fit of cramps. A dramatic [...]
Palm oil farms, fracking and chemical firms may top the list of Earth-ravaging, profit-based destruction; but no business is completely exempt from messing with the environment in some way. With [...]
Many cloud technology companies recognize that their products or services offer nonprofits and social enterprises the opportunity to run more efficiently and improve access to the data and insights needed [...]
The Gyapa™ Project, a partnership between Relief International and ClimateCare, has cut a staggering 824,977 tonnes of carbon emissions since 2015, making it one of the largest carbon reductions for [...]
by Chris Wellise, Director of Strategic Initiatives for HPE Living Progress It was a day full of inspiration, creativity and emotion. On August 3, I was honored to watch as [...]
Your new credit card arrives in the mail. No more swiping for you. You’ve entered a new era with your chip card and for some reason, you feel more technologically savvy, [...]
By Dave Armon, 3BL Media CMO Professional development events exist for just about every career, and they’ve been around since Thomas Edison held his first, “How to Change a Light [...]