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May 7, 2019
By Daniela Papi-Thornton & Joshua Cubista “Our system of education is trapped in an unspoken irony: The institution with the greatest potential impact on the future is arguably the one most shaped by taken for granted ideas from the past.” —Peter Senge Systems change—the idea that we can design interventions that fundamentally reshape social or […]
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The British government has commissioned Sir Partha Dasgupta, a professor at Cambridge University, to write a report on the economic case for biodiversity as policymakers across the planet are urged to step up efforts to reverse the alarming decline of the natural world. Senior United Nations officials praised the announcement, which was made at the […]
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Executive Summary Providing empathetic care to people when they are at their most vulnerable I the right thing to do. In addition, failing to meet patients’ expectations is increasingly costly as a portion of Medicare reimbursement to patient satisfaction scores. Scripps Health actively encourages front-line staff to make simple, personal changes in their daily routines […]
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Last week, PepsiCo employees hosted a workshop for women living in Win’s (formerly Women in Need) South Bronx shelter to help them with resume writing, interviewing and other job search skills. The workshop was held in a new job resource center at the site, which was funded by the PepsiCo Foundation. The Foundation’s grant enabled […]
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The Arbor Day Foundation has announced today that the City of Charlotte has been awarded the Foundation’s Champion of Trees Award. This award recognizes a government entity, community-based organization, or partnership among such groups that has demonstrated exemplary leadership to develop and implement new policies and practices for municipal tree planting and care, natural area […]
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Executive Summary More than two years have passed since India’s demonetization policy — which removed high denomination banknotes from the economy — became a reality. That bold move was met with a mix of support, confusion, and criticism. But demonetization was only part of India’s larger, strategic digital transformation Since then, the institutional and economic […]
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What is the UN’s Global Assessment Report and why is it important? That humans are meddling with the natural world, in ways that we often fail to understand, is no longer in doubt. From the near-extinction of many land animals – the elephant, the tiger, the rhinoceros – in their natural habitats to the destruction […]
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In 2017, in the aftermath of the Ebola epidemic, Sierra Leone launched its first National eHealth coordination hub, designed to coordinate and regulate digital health deployments throughout the country. The team at the Ministry of Health knew this hub was critical to building on its success in leveraging technology to address Ebola. It was viewed […]
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Why Global Citizens Should Care Global Citizen campaigns on the United Nations’ Global Goals, including Goal 3: Good Health and Well-Being, because global access to immunization services is the best way to ensure everyone can grow up without the threat of deadly vaccine-preventable diseases. Join us and demand world leaders invest in vaccines here. Immunizations against […]
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Newly Certified B Corp Collaborates with UN World Food Programme to Help Children Around the Globe Continue reading on B the Change » Source: B the Change
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