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Sustainable Cities

How many leaders does a city need? Certainly, more than one.

To build the city of the future, we need leadership to come not only from the top. Meeting this moment is about getting everyone involved.
Human Rights

Gender Alliance: “A Place Where We Can Come Together and Support One Another”

The Gender Alliance is an initiative that pushes for a feminist agenda to foster gender equity in line with SDG #5. Elizabeth S. Maloba is one of its members.
Innovation

Five Start-Ups Raising the Bar for Environmental Impact

From turning waste plastic into bricks, to storing carbon in consumer goods, a new business accelerator program is backing start-ups that have sustainability at their core.
Sustainable Development

Revealing True Potential – A Story About a South African Social Enterprise

TSIBA is a social enterprise located in South Africa. Its vision is to challenge the status quo of business education with a values-based approach to teaching and learning.
Sustainable Cities

Latin American Cities Are Taking Sustainability to the Streets

From new laws to poems on buses, the Cities Can B movement is making the UN Sustainable Development Goals meaningful.
Responsible Leadership

Sparks and Serendipity: The Recipe for Responsible Leadership

What does it mean to be a responsible leader? From hackathons to fuckup nights, we explore some unlikely examples.
Sustainable Finance

The Real-World Impact of Sustainable Investing

Environmental, social, and governance (ESG) criteria are an increasingly popular way for investors to evaluate companies in which they might want to invest.
Civic Engagement

Gender Alliance: Empowerment Through Knowledge

The Gender Alliance is an initiative that pushes for a feminist agenda to foster gender equity in line with Sustainable Development Goal #5.
Business

“I hope the Gender Alliance will leverage the potential of our individual work.”

The Gender Alliance is an initiative that pushes for a feminist agenda to foster gender equity in line with Sustainable Development Goal 5. Helene Wolf is one of its members.



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