treet vendor selling Ape' Cakes in Jakarta, Indonesia
June 7, 2013, No comments

Home cooking was the norm for most urban Indonesian households during the 1990s: eating out was considered a luxury. Choices of processed and frozen foods in supermarkets were limited or [...]


What will move the work of social entrepreneurs to the next level of impact?

April 10, 2013, No comments

In recent years, it has become apparent that the rate of change is at an all-time high as change begets change in a world that is interconnected like ...


Pacific Island of Tongatapu Turns to Sustainable Energy

July 31, 2012, No comments

Small island nations living in the middle of the Pacific Ocean often rely on diesel generators for power. Besides the environmental problems associate ...


The Great Inequality: What it’ll take for a Brighter Future for Women Worldwide

July 10, 2012, No comments

Women receive only 1/10th of the world’s income and represent nearly 70% of impoverished individuals worldwide. Yet, women make up half of t ...

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    The #Globallove Campaign #SocEnt
    February 3, 2012, No comments

    Retail shelves are already lined with a sea of red and pink, hearts and chocolates, stuffed teddy bears and any other consumer product that will make some lucky person`s heart [...]

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    SEVEN-Sponsored Competitions and Projects
    September 22, 2010, 1 Comment

    our third annual request for proposals, a business plan competition focused on creating prosperity in the Philippines. Our competitions each have a unique theme related to Enterprise Solutions to Poverty, [...]

  • Maldives Goes Deep for 350
    October 21, 2009, 9 Comments

    – I’m going to try to write this post in 350 words exactly as my own contribution to the International Day of Climate Action, approaching on October 24th. I’m giving [...]

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    The Human Face of Climate Change
    September 3, 2009, 37 Comments

    When people think of climate change they usually picture images like decrepit cattle factory farms, vast rain forest devastation and heartless big oil and coal companies.