ESG & Social Innovation
An Uncommon Theory for Common Prosperity
| Sep. 7 2022
The author of In Line Behind a Billion People: How Scarcity Will Define China’s Ascent reflects on the scenarios.
The Future of Eco-Fashion
| Apr. 16 2021
A case study by Li Mengjun, a researcher at the CKGSB Research Center for Social Innovation and Business for Good.
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Applying Business Logic to Philanthropy: Adream Foundation
Structured like a business and operated on commercial lines, Adream is powered by the language of efficiency, and the use.
| Mar. 30 2020
WildAid’s Offbeat Approach to Conservation
“As a father, I want our children to know that rhinos are not just pictures in the book,” says Prince.
| May. 30 2016
How Embedded Education Can Solve Many Problems
In every country, there are vast populations that need to be educated about something, like say personal health or hygiene.
| Nov. 16 2015
Fairphone Takes a Crack at Fair Trade in Mobile Phones
Are you among those who worry about where their products come from? So you prefer to shell out an extra.
| Oct. 13 2015
China’s Pollution Tax: Putting a Price on Pollution
In a bid to improve the environment, the Chinese government is considering imposing a pollution tax. But how exactly should.
| Sep. 15 2015
JingJinJi, a Chinese Megalopolis in the Making
A megalopolis six times the size of New York, JingJinJi will ease the pressures being faced by China's capital.
| Aug. 20 2015
Starting a Business in China Needs a Strong Adversity Quotient
In this series on The Chinapreneurs, we look at entrepreneurs' experiences in starting a business in China. In the first.
| Jun. 16 2015
Is Corporate Social Responsibility China’s Secret Weapon?
Chinese companies are starting to realize that corporate social responsibility is an important part of their transformation into a reputed.
| May. 27 2015
The State of Philanthropy in China
Philanthropy in China doesn't exactly have a good track record. What are the chances that the country will turn.
| May. 18 2015
The Business of Urbanization in China
The government is preparing to throw billions into urbanization in China, but has it thought through the hardware challenges? Perhaps.
| Jul. 2 2014
Peter Buffett and the Curse of Philanthropic Colonialism
Peter Buffett, son of legendary investor Warren Buffett and co-Chairman of the NoVo Foundation, explains what is wrong with.
| Jun. 17 2014
Will you pay more for fair trade coffee?
Awareness about socially responsible products is increasing, but are consumers willing to pay a premium for them? Fair trade coffee.
| Apr. 22 2014