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Using a Multi-capital Approach to Design a Wisdom Economy for Refugees and Immigration

Sean Esbjorn-Hargens

How do we keep the lights on, avoid revolution and turmoil, keep children in school and people in work, yet still manage to fundamentally.

Using a Multi-capital Approach to Design a Wisdom Economy for Refugees and Immigration

In our global-interconnected world, the issue of refugees and immigration is more important than ever. This is a multifaceted issue with many layers and aspects. It is a domain that is often both heart wrenching and inspiring. It is a topic that brings us into direct contact with our own individual and shared humanity. It’s

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Sunny Days Ahead: How SunCulture is Harnessing the Sun to Irrigate Small Farms Across Africa

By Anthony Randazzo, CFA Originally posted at the Impact Money Blog “I was always motivated to solve big problems” says Samir Ibrahim, CEO and co-founder of SunCulture, a provider of irrigation solutions for smallholder farmers in Kenya. I spoke with Samir on a recent trip to Nairobi, and he explained to me why he is on

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A Marketplace That Values Refugees is Forming

There is a broad contingent of players who want to create a marketplace that values and is centered on refugees and immigrants. These players actually see refugees as investable.

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Federating the Frontier: Building a Better System For All of Us

The next great frontier was revealed 223 days before mankind took its first steps on the moon. In a small auditorium in San Francisco, Doug Engelbart revealed the future of computing. Windows, the mouse, networks; it was all there. It was the discovery of the Digital New World. Beyond the obvious importance of the introduction

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Eating Sand: Tasting Textures of Communication in Warm Data

For years I have written about the systemic crises of our times in terms of tenderness, and rawness. I have exposed my inner world in its morphing potential. I have felt it important to offset the many graphs and articles that blaze facts of climate change, people trafficking, addiction, immigration crisis, racism and wealth gap

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Generating Systemic Wealth : Misconceptions About Wealth Generation

The intention to authorize a wealth-building mechanism (via the corporation) has been undermined by at least three common myths about what wealth is and how it is generated.

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CNote: A Retail Impact Investment Revolution in the Making?

The Impact Money Blog spoke with Yuliya Tarasava, co-founder and COO of CNote, to learn what motivated her to create a retail impact investing platform and how it might be a game-changing innovation.

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A Quest to Build a Lab on Refugees

As you know by now, a major component of what we’re building at Transform are ongoing deep dives into issues which we call labs. Labs are for self identified groups with a clear goal that have figured something out and are ready to take it to the next level. Like Audrey Seilan and her SDG

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Our Listing of Regenerative Agriculture and Forestry Funds is Here

Regenerative agriculture, forestry, and agroforestry funds are part of a lesser-known but rapidly growing US$24 billion funding base fueling the next generation of innovations and practices to address climate change The TRANSFORM Regenerative Agriculture and Forestry Funds List is the most comprehensive listing of funds focused on net-positive agriculture, ranching, agroforestry, and related food systems, and the

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Video: Nora Bateson

Nora Bateson is an award-winning filmmaker, writer and educator, as well as President of the International Bateson Institute, based in Sweden. Her work asks the question “How we can improve our perception of the complexity we live within, so we may improve our interaction with the world? I had a great conversation with Nora about the

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