Juliana Pasqualini of sustainable cosmetics company Natura makes the case for promoting beauty and sustainability in order to build a more inclusive economy.
Neill Duffy of Purpose + Sport is working to make sure that big events such as Super Bowl 50 become sustainable sporting events, decreasing their environmental footprints and making them more purposeful.
In this episode of Next Economy Now, Ryan Honeyman, a partner at LIFT Economy, interviews Kristin Hull, partner & portfolio manager at Green Alpha Advisors and president & co-founder at Nia Global Solutions.
Women CEOs of Eileen Fisher and Green Mountain Power share their stories of leadership in the workplace and discuss how inclusive business means caring for workers, putting passion back into business practices and challenging the norms of what growth means.
An Interview With Bain Capital’s Managing Director in Impact Investing Deval Patrick: The Importance of Long-Term Investments and Better Capitalism in Solving Global Problems
Former Governor Deval Patrick, now the head of Bain Capital’s Double Impact Fund, answers questions from Laura D’Andrea Tyson, the director of the Institute for Business & Social Impact at Berkeley-Haas, about the roles of philanthropy, government and business in bringing about a more equitable, sustainable economy.
As a consultant helping companies become more conscientious, Honeyman isn’t interested in what he sees as the usual “sustainability lite” tactics. Now, he’s working with his firm to put money where his values are by launching a B-Corp only investment fund and accelerator.
From Colonial Quakers to Silicon Valley billionaires, impact investing has put dollars to use to bring about change via funding social enterprise. Today, investors are doing so in smarter ways than ever.
After her own tech-industry successes, Ela Madej co-founded Fifty Years with Seth Bannon to provide startup funding to high-impact, solutions-oriented entrepreneurs. The investors say they believe it is the best way to solve some of the world’s biggest problems. Here’s why.
Eileen Gordon launched Barnraiser to help people find and fund a more sustainable food system. She believes better food is possible when more farmers and food entrepreneurs have access to the money they need to join and grow the marketplace.
Community service, caring, honesty, respect, and responsibility are what Kevin Trapani sees as communal values that are necessary for a socially responsible business and for forging an inclusive economy.