Our Top 10 Articles From 2021

As we close 2021, we took a minute to look back at the subjects that most resonated with you, our readers. Sustainability and climate change were big topics but so were stories about individuals making a difference in battling Covid 19, reforming education, or shaking up politics.

In the year ahead, we will continue with our mission to highlight the people and ideas bringing the best talent to public service. We have some exciting projects to share, and as always, we value your feedback.

From the entire Driving Change team, thank you for your support in 2021 and best wishes for a better 2022.

YOUR TOP 10 FROM 2021

“How do we create prosperity through climate action?” A conversation with James Mwangi

Sustainable housing and jobs, how Kigali is breaking new ground.

Rebecca Burgess’s quest to transform cotton into a regenerative crop.

“Let’s use this system to fight for the things we care about.” How young people are entering government in Europe.

Workers act to hold brands accountable for working conditions.

Celebrating the people and policies working to save the world’s oceans.

COP 26 was a cop-out.

How to staff a pandemic preparedness agency.

How foundations and NGOs have stepped up as India struggles with vaccines.

How bringing in new talent revolutionized Brazil’s classrooms.

Which articles were your favorites? Or was it a podcast or a video? Let us know @_drivingchange

Arabella Meyer

Arabella is the editor-in-chief of Driving Change. She also works with mission-driven organizations, helping them build strategy and content to tell their story and make change. With a background in communications, digital media, finance, marketing, and publishing, she has worked for Doubleday, AOL, Deloitte, John Jay College, Fountain House, the UN Development Program, to name a few. She is committed to bringing great talent into public service.

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