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Peter Tillman
Peter Tillman is a recent graduate of the London School of Economics and Political Science. He joined the GPI Global Internship in winter 2008. >Innovators >People
Patrick Bond
Patrick Bond is a political economist. He has pursued longstanding research interests and NGO work in urban communities and with global justice movements in several countries. >Innovators >People
Robert Dujarric
Robert Dujarric is Director, Institute of Contemporary Japanese Studies at Temple University Japan Campus in Tokyo. >Innovators >People
Tobias Harris
Tobias is a freelance journalist and author of Observing Japan, a blog that focuses on Japanese politics and East Asian international relations. >Innovators >People
Per Kurowski
Per Kurowski is a regular blogger and founder of Petropolitan, a Venezuelan NGO dedicated to defending citizens' interests in an oil-cursed country. >Innovators >People
Nathan Slee
Nathan Slee is co-founder of Credilogic, a technology leader in the alternative financial services sector. >Innovators >People
"We are Entering the Rare Metal Age"  
Irene Pedruelo, David S. Abraham 04/06/16
David S. Abraham argues that as we move away from fossil fuels, the demand for the rare metals needed for green technology will increase. Understanding the political, economic,and environmental implications of these elements is at the heart of a sustainable future. >Ideas >Innovations
David S. Abraham
David S. Abraham runs the Technology, Rare and Electronics Materials Center and is author of "The Elements of Power." >Innovators >People
Claire Nouvian, Guardian of the Deep  
Irene Pedruelo, Claire Nouvian 02/22/16
French environmentalist Claire Nouvian has devoted her life to protecting a resource that is largely a mystery to most of us: the deep sea. >Ideas >Innovations
Reprivatized Womanhood: Changing Gender Discourse in Contemporary Urban China   Transcript
Shengwei Sun 02/16/16
Urban Chinese women face mounting challenges in the contemporary era of "reprivatized womanhood." But it was not always that way. >Ideas >Commentary
Noemi Renzetti
Noemi Renzetti is a junior research associate at the Department of Public Health Sciences, University of California Davis (UCD). >Innovators >People
Roberto De Vogli
Roberto De Vogli is an associate professor in Social Determinants of Global Health at the Department of Public Health Sciences, University of California Davis (UCD). >Innovators >People
How Much More Processed Food Can We Eat?   Transcript
Tim Lobstein 10/13/15
Food policies for the 21st century will be about the purpose of markets and the need to hold marketers to account for their activities. >Ideas >Commentary
GMOs and Junk Science   Transcript
Henry I. Miller, Kavin Senapathy 10/02/15
Henry I. Miller & Kavin Senapathy condemn the latest example of bogus research attacking the safety of genetically modified foods. >Ideas >Commentary
Cornelius Graubner
Cornelius Graubner is the co-founder of Ulula, a mobile data and engagement startup based in NYC and Toronto. >Innovators >People
A Coming of Age for Impact Investing  
08/26/15
The new benchmark is an indication of a fast-growing and increasingly sophisticated impact investing industry. >Ideas >Innovations
Harris Gleckman
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China's Disruptors: How Alibaba, Xiaomi, Tencent, and Other Companies are Changing the Rules of Business  
Edward Tse 07/15/15
Entrepreneurs emerging from China are redefining the nature of business—not just in China, but everywhere in the world. The new millionaires and billionaires are determined to ride that wave of growth and see how they can shape it to serve their own ends. >Ideas >Innovations
A Climate Apollo Program   Transcript
Gus O’Donnell 07/06/15
Gus O'Donnell describes a global initiative to make clean energy competitive with coal within ten years. >Ideas >Commentary
Niko Canner
Niko Canner founded Incandescent in 2013, building on nearly twenty years as an advisor to leaders of many of the world's major companies. >Innovators >People

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