Impact investing has been seduced by a false narrative of combining social impact with financial gains.
Promoting menstrual health is critical to women’s economic empowerment around the world.
Impact investors have ignored the arts and culture sector, at the expense of the communities they seek to help.
Food banks must reject measuring their impact by pounds of food distributed and instead promote access to nutritious food.
To fulfill the promise of cash transfers, we need to double down on investment in research.
Keeping sustainability programs on track requires a new mind-set, executive leadership, and clear public commitments.
Funders should be wary of the latest fad of making large grants for quick results and abandoning long-term commitments to the many organizations working on our most important problems.
The effective altruism movement could be more effective if it encouraged adoption of its principles within causes and geographies, not just across them.
Saving the oceans requires the buy-in of coastal communities directly affected by environmental protections.
We must create educational opportunities to reduce recidivism among prison inmates and empower them to lead successful lives post incarceration.