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Nathan Slee
Nathan Slee is co-founder of Credilogic, a technology leader in the alternative financial services sector. >Innovators >People
John Haffner
John Haffner is the president of Haffner Group Ltd., a cleantech consultancy in Canada and Asia. >Innovators >People
Elena Shanbaum
Elena Shanbaum is communications assistant at the Carnegie Council and assistant editor for Policy Innovations. >Innovators >People
Michael Ignatieff
Michael Ignatieff is the Centennial Chair at the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs and the Edward R. Murrow Professor of the Practice of Politics and the Press at the Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University. >Innovators >People
The Global Fund: Winning the Fight against Killer Diseases   Transcript
Jeffrey Sachs 10/29/13
Our fight to eradicate the world's deadliest diseases hinges on a handful of world leaders providing aid for major public health projects. >Ideas >Commentary
Arash Abizadeh
Arash Abizadeh is an associate professor in the Department of Political Science and an associate member of the Department of Philosophy at McGill University. >Innovators >People
The Right Social Policies Can Promote Intergenerational Ethics  
Jan Hofmeyer 09/06/13
A new study by Bertelsmann Foundation analyzes fairness between the young and the old, and provides policy solutions for governments in aging societies. >Ideas >Innovations
Innovation and the City: Part 2   Publication
As cities generate new solutions to a wide variety of vexing problems, sharing information about what works and what doesn't has become more important than ever. >Ideas >Policy Library
Breaking the Binary   Publication
This Schwab Foundation guide for scaling social innovation examines case studies of policy experimentation from Africa, the Americas, Asia, and Europe. >Ideas >Policy Library
Lisa Oldring
Lisa Oldring is Special Advisor to Mary Robinson, Chair of the GAVI Fund Board. >Innovators >People
Robert M. Cutler
Robert M. Cutler is an Energy Security Specialist and Fellow of the Institute of European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies, Carleton University, Ottawa. >Innovators >People
Sustainable, Happy, Efficient: A Complete Indicator of Well-being  
Eric Zencey 03/26/13
Only through a composite metric of progress and happiness can governments measure and deliver what matters most: sustainable well-being. >Ideas >Innovations
Rohit Malpani
Rohit Malpani is a Senior Campaigns Advisor at Oxfam America, where he currently manages Oxfam's access to medicines campaign. >Innovators >People
Shefa Siegel
Shefa Siegel is a writer, researcher, and professor focused on mining, the environment, and religion. >Innovators >People
The Missing Ethics of Mining   Publication
Shefa Siegel 02/15/13
Mining is the material basis for life, yet there is no international law governing mining projects. We are ready to discuss almost any other ethics before the ethics of mining. >Ideas >Briefings
Power, Process, Purpose: Elected Members of the Security Council Can Be Effective  
Alex Bellamy, Tim Dunne 11/12/12
When they are prepared to work hard and innovate, non-permanent members can leave an indelible mark on the UN Security Council, as Canada did through its activism on the Angola sanctions committee. >Ideas >Innovations
Finding the Keys to National Prosperity   Transcript
Jeffrey Sachs 09/27/12
Swedish pensions. Canadian health care. Costa Rican happiness. American science. By opening our eyes to policy successes abroad, we would speed the path to national improvement in countries around the world. >Ideas >Commentary
Repairing the Shattered Sky   Publication
Steve Dorst, Evan O'Neil 08/15/12
A new film looks at American leadership during the ozone crisis and compares it to the situation with global warming today. The clock is ticking for the United States to step up to the plate this time around. >Ideas >Briefings
EARTH DAY 2012: Resources from Carnegie Council   Publication
These multimedia resources explore what it means to be sustainable; some practical solutions; the role of legislation; and finally, what we can learn from fictional visions of a climate-changed world. >Ideas >Briefings
The Race for What's Left  
Michael T. Klare, Joanne Myers 03/28/12
What I see is an epic struggle emerging between the world's major industrial powers and the world's major resource corporations for control over what remains of the world's primary resources, says Michael T. Klare in this Public Affairs Program. >Ideas >Audio

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