Entrepreneur Ifedolapo Runsewe has set up an industrial plant dedicated to transforming old tyres into high-demand goods which can help the community.
There is an untapped opportunity for corporations and social enterprises to work together to achieve both business and social impact goals.
The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) has released its 2021 Global Innovation Index, with Switzerland topping the rankings with a score of 65.5 out of 100.
Scientists in Singapore are creating antibacterial bandages out of durian husks that would otherwise be incinerated, contributing to environmental waste.
For an inclusive and sustainable recovery, we need to acknowledge and support these sustainability pioneers and their trusted relationships in society.
From combatting climate change to advocating for migrants, social innovators are addressing the world’s most serious challenges ranging.
As populations grow, millions of jobs will be needed in sub-Saharan Africa alone and SGBs will play an essential role in providing sustainable livelihoods.
To improve the lives and livelihoods of those that rely on the land in the Azawak, Amman Imman is working to tackle water scarcity and restore the ecosystems.
Social-change leaders are tackling the world’s biggest challenges from the ground up. Here's how, and here's what we can learn.
A blended finance approach backed by multiple partners has proven effective in stabilizing the energy access sector.
This extract from the new book 'The Systems Work of Social Change' describes the origins of RLabs, one of the world's first mobile counseling platforms.
Emerging social enterprises are providing invaluable 'last-mile' connections with grassroots communities during the pandemic recovery. How can we consolidate their work?
From yarn that makes electricity to AI, apps and wind-powered ships, here are some clever solutions tackling the climate crisis.
Social entrepreneurs have demonstrated that swift action in four priority areas can enhance reach and scale in the difficult to reach 'last mile'.
American firms NAC Architecture and Bernards have used shipping containers to create private apartments in a Los Angeles facility for homeless people.