CEO and founder of the first Unreasonable East Africa Institute reflects on the valuable lessons learned that build a foundation for future development in East Africa and an ecosystem for entrepreneurs to thrive.
Thoughts from the chief innovation advisor for the World Bank on how localized innovations scale—calling for a nuanced way to think about scale and a more sophisticated understanding of how ideas and innovations spread.
We constantly see social networking apps being funded in the news, but what real social and economic progress have we seen from social media and what industries are going to drive this progress in the future?
The People's Climate March was a massive step towards a global energy revolution, but there are lessons to be learned from Einstein that can shape how entrepreneurs can lead the way in bringing renewable energy solutions to reality.
Watch Yellow Leaf Hammocks co-founder Joe Demin talk about the 600-mile taxi ride that led to his company, which is creating sustainable jobs for Thailand's hill tribe communities—by selling some of the most comfortable hammocks in the world!