Affirming that indigenous peoples are equal to all other peoples, while recognizing the right of all peoples to be different, to consider themselves different, and to be respected as such,
Affirming also that all peoples contribute to the diversity and richness of civilizations and cultures, which constitute the common heritage of humankind......
Welcome to Mountain Culture Magazine, a digital storytelling space focused wholly on mountain culture. That beautiful and fascinating interplay between human beings and one of the most inspiring, challenging and creative landscapes on Earth.
Through our work as journalists and researchers covering the nonprofit sector, we were inspired by the social enterprise models we saw emerging. Armed with a mutual passion for storytelling and the desire to see change in the way people do business, we embarked on our journey. The result is SEE Change – The magazine of social enterprise and entrepreneurship. Its inaugural issue was published in February 2010.
Our mission is to help businesses around the globe do the right thing by their customers and the world. We believe this is not only how to guarantee a future for all, but makes good business sense. We serve CSR, compliance, risk and governance communities with topical and insightful business intelligence and meeting places.
Balancing financial skills with an ethical mindset and intuition is challenging in an increasingly complex world and market. Integrated Investing offers an insightful methodology and practice for making investment decisions that reap rewards while matching your values.
TechSoup offers a range of services to help your nonprofit better implement and manage your technology. From emergency tech support to strategic planning to fully managed IT services, our offerings are designed to meet the needs of all types of organizations.
SVX is an impact investing platform for ventures, funds and investors seeking social and/or environmental impact alongside the potential for financial return. We provide a single access point for raising capital and making investments.
That the Salish Sea is a united sea is clear when you examine this map produced by Stefan Freelan in 2009. Unadorned with locations of the cities or the international border, the map clearly shows that the Salish Sea is a single integrated body of water that deserves its own name. Simply, it is defined as the “umbrella” name that covers the collective waters of the Strait of Georgia, the Puget Sound and the Strait of Juan de Fuca.
Ethical Corporation’s Responsible Business Trends 2019 report provides unique insights into current trends, investments and foci of sustainable business professionals from across the globe.
Exclusively driven by primary data from the Ethical Corporation global community, the report can serve as a benchmark for organisations to understand how sustainable and responsible business is evolving and being operationalised around the globe.
Shift is a nonprofit, mission driven organization, and that makes a critical difference. Our sole purpose is to help shape a world in which businesses have the knowledge skills, and incentives to respect human rights.
We love diving into tough challenges and asking ourselves the hard, seemingly unsolvable questions. That is how we have constantly pioneered in the world of business and human rights, being frank and forthright about what needs to change, and demonstrating how practices can rise to meet ambitions.
The mission of the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) Foundation is to establish and maintain disclosure standards on sustainability matters that facilitate communication by companies to investors of decision-useful information. Such information should be relevant, reliable and comparable across companies on a global basis.
The SASB Foundation envisions an investment universe where a shared understanding of companies’ sustainability performance enables companies and investors to make informed decisions that drive improved sustainability outcomes and thereby lead to improved long-term value creation.
The Global Alliance for Banking on Values (GABV) is a network of banking leaders from around the world committed to advancing positive change in the banking sector. Our collective goal is to change the banking system so that it is more transparent, supports economic, social and environmental sustainability, and is composed of a diverse range of banking institutions serving the real economy.
Kwusen is a specialist consulting company who works with Indigenous communities to conduct community-based research on Indigenous Knowledge, cultural heritage, and traditional land use. Our participatory approach emphasises community capacity building to engage community members in researching their own cultural heritage, Indigenous Knowledge, and land use practices. We specialize in traditional ecological knowledge, Indigenous Knowledge, and Traditional Land Use and Occupancy research in relation to land claims and environmental impact assessments. We also provide innovative services to utilize documentary video, websites, apps and web-based mapping technologies in our research and reporting.
A ground-breaking book on the transformative power of impact investing
This is the first book to chart the catalytic path of this new industry, explaining how it is and can be a positive disruptive force. It shows how impact investing is a transformational vehicle for delivering "blended value" throughout the investment spectrum, giving a single name to a set of activities previously siloed in enclaves, revealing how they are linked within what is becoming a new field of investing. Written by two leaders in the growing field of impact investing, the book defines this emerging industry for participants on all sides of the funding equation (investors, funders and social entrepreneurs).
Filled with illustrative examples of impact investing success stories
Reveals how the field can expand in order to address the most critical social and environmental issues of our day
Explores the wide-ranging applications of impact investing as well as entrepreneurial opportunities
The authors do not take a normative approach to argue how investors should behave like an investment guide might but show how entrepreneurial people and institutions are already offering an integrated alternative.
Facing injustice against Indigenous peoples, the environment, the impoverished, and uprooted peoples who arrive here, Canadians need extraordinary solutions. Given our mission to promote positive change, the Catherine Donnelly Foundation joins a growing momentum of Impact Investing. This report shares our experience and encourages colleague foundations or organizations who may be pondering such investments. We honour the beating heart of impacts we seek: the passionate, inspired work of groups, communities and organizations.
Blake Mycoskie is the Founder and Chief Shoe Giver of TOMS, and the person behind the idea of One for One®, a business model that helps a person in need with every product purchased.
A simple idea has grown into a global movement: TOMS Shoes has provided over 86 million pairs of shoes to children since 2006, TOMS Eyewear has restored sight to over 600,000 people since 2011 and TOMS Roasting Company has helped provide over 600,000 weeks of safe water since launching in 2014. In 2015, TOMS Bag Collection was founded with the mission to help provide training for skilled birth attendants and distribute birth kits containing items that help a woman safely deliver her baby. As of 2016, TOMS has supported safe birth services for over 25,000 mothers.