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Poverty and Prosperity

More than half of the world’s poor are children

As global leaders prepare to discuss progress in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals at the U.N. High Level Policy Forum (HLPF) in early July, the holy grail of the agenda—eradicating extreme poverty—may well seem elusive and complex.

Environment

Consumers Do Buy Sustainable Products

For years, brand managers have groused that while consumers say they intend to buy sustainable products, in store they don’t actually purchase them. This conventional wisdom has been used by many brands as justification for

Health

Docs Are Being Nickel-and-Dimed to Death

So, who doesn't want a better healthcare system? We are barraged with stories in the medical literature and in the public press about the terrible state of our healthcare system, what poor outcomes we have,

Impact Investing

Global Impact Investments Show Healthy Growth: Study

The impact investing market continues to grow and mature, according to the Global Impact Investing Network’s ninth annual investor study. The 266 investors that participated in the study collectively manage $239 billion in impact investing assets,

Why ESG Investing Is Here to Stay

There’s bad news and good news about sustainable and impact investing in the U.S., says Andrew Lee of UBS. The bad: Adoption is slow, with just 12% of U.S. investors owning sustainable investments. The good

Employee Ownership

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Oxford Conference on Business and Poverty

Welcome to the second annual Oxford Business Fights Poverty Conference. As you view this summary of the conference you will read from a series of topics like Responsible Leadership, Honoring Entrepreneurs, Employee Ownership, Mentoring, Crowdsourcing & Addressing Poverty. Please

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