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Made in Africa: A Conversation With Dalberg’s James Mwangi

Made in Africa: A Conversation With Dalberg’s James Mwangi

“The thing that I found actually resonated [with potential clients] was less of saying how much we knew, and actually playing into how much we didn't know. And actually coming in and saying, look, you

Governance
Norad Innovates To Drive More Effective International Development

Norad Innovates To Drive More Effective International Development

At Catalyst 2030’s recent Catalysing Change conference, The Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation (Norad) was honored for its innovative approach to international development. Their strategy of looking for new ways of thinking has led them

Inclusive Economy
Introducing Driving Change: Made in Africa

Introducing Driving Change: Made in Africa

So often organizations that seek to inspire new leaders in public service look for examples in Europe and North America. However, we know that there are brilliant examples of visionary leaders who are influencing public

Inclusive Economy
Securing Jobs for Young Africans

Securing Jobs for Young Africans

Young people in Africa can be drawn into public service because they exhibit an overwhelming desire to bring an end to corruption. That’s the view of Reeta Roy, chief executive of MasterCard Foundation, whose Young Africa

Inclusive Economy
Catalysing Change: Social Entrepreneurs Come Together to Accelerate Change

Catalysing Change: Social Entrepreneurs Come Together to Accelerate Change

COVID-19 must not delay the urgent actions needed to achieve the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030. That’s the message of the second annual Catalysing Change online gathering, which has been expanded to

Biodiversity
How Now Green Cow? Putting the Beef in Regenerative Farming

How Now Green Cow? Putting the Beef in Regenerative Farming

As global campaigns urge people to stop eating red meat because of its contribution to climate change, some ranchers in Argentina are exploring an alternative, regenerative approach to producing beef. Husband and wife duo Fernando

Biodiversity
Pigs Pooping in the Woods: Forestry’s Regenerative Future

Pigs Pooping in the Woods: Forestry’s Regenerative Future

Jim Mann, an ecologist and now “tree farmer” in Scotland, is no fan of many of the world’s carbon offsetting programs. “Offsets have been a mess for many years and I'd go so far as

Climate
Is Micromobility Here To Stay? The 3 Things Policymakers Need To Do

Is Micromobility Here To Stay? The 3 Things Policymakers Need To Do

At Driving Change we have been looking in depth at the micromobility movement, how it started and its impact on cities and people's well-being. Have you started using a bike-sharing scheme since the start of the pandemic? Have

Climate
Heating Up: New Urgency in the Battle Against Climate Change

Heating Up: New Urgency in the Battle Against Climate Change

By holding a virtual summit of world leaders, rather than have them fly in carbon-intensively, Joe Biden is sending the right message -- even if it owes more to Covid than the climate crisis it

Sustainability
How Colombia Made Micromobility Cool: Q&A with Enrique Peñalosa

How Colombia Made Micromobility Cool: Q&A with Enrique Peñalosa

Bogotá, the capital city of Colombia, was a pioneer of micromobility long before anyone called it that. In the 1970s it launched “Ciclovía”, closing streets on Sunday to encourage cycling, which was just the beginning.

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