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Today’s short-termist markets do not reflect the real costs of degraded natural resources and unjust labor practices, or the hidden opportunities for long-term value creation. Market players must mobilize resources to speed this transformation by focusing supply and demand on generating sustainable products, services, practices, and economies.

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Supply Chain Transparency and Climate Mitigation in China
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Climate Solutions Investment Beyond Core Grantmaking
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Why I Changed Course From Wall Street to Return Home and Launch B-Lab East Africa
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We Are Still In: States, Cities, and Businesses Renew Clean Energy Commitments in Wake of Paris Withdrawal
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With President Trump’s withdrawal from the Paris Agreement, it’s become even more clear how critical the leadership of investors and companies are in tackling climate change and pushing for clean…
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Ending Child Labor: The Dirty Business of Cleaning Up Supply Chains
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Opening Plenary of 2014 Skoll World Forum
Arif Naqvi - The Abraaj Group , Jeff Skoll - Jeff Skoll Group , Marcus Bleasdale - Wilstar Social Impact , Mindy Lubber - Ceres , Miri Ben-Ari - , April 9, 2014
The Skoll World Forum delegation comes together for the first time at the Opening Plenary to celebrate social entrepreneurship and the work being done in pursuit of large-scale systemic change.…