City officials under Mayor Michael Bloomberg made advances in public health that were important but hardly unique.
Leaders from the Skoll Foundation have developed a useful yet flawed outlook on pursuing social entrepreneurship.
The sharing economy, as a feature of urban life, could evolve in promising or not-so-promising ways.
A critique of the Gates Foundation doubles as a critique of the “philanthrocapitalism” model in general.
Digital tools are a necessary but not sufficient component of any long-term social change effort.
The spread of technology-based platforms brings greater connectivity—but also greater vulnerability.
A defense of Effective Altruism raises the question of just how effective that movement can be.