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Social Entrepreneurship Isn’t Enough: Why we must think radically.

John Elkington at McKinsey and Company asks: Can social entrepreneurs create the necessary large-scale change to solve the problems of our world? He answers simply, “No.” More »
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Endowment Zones: Building resilient safety nets, environmental trusts, and public services.

In any community, some people will fall on hard times for reasons beyond their control. While propping up failing businesses prevents new and better ideas from taking hold, no one wants their neighbors to fall through the cracks. How do we build communities for growth and dynamism, but with resilient safety nets? More »