University of Washington PhD candidate from Uganda, describes her research in the interaction of wildlife and humans.
Isabel Zamanillo discusses social factors of how humans interact with the environment.
Judy Anderson, who grew up in the Democratic Republic of Congo, discusses the difficulties the country faces as it tries to reform itself.
Suzanne Mayo Frindt, President of The Hunger Project, describes a multi-pronged approach to solving hunger and poverty.
Agros International’s Chris Megargee explains how land ownership saves Latin American farmers.
Cancer is a worldwide phenomenon. The Max Foundation works to get needed, life-saving medicines to those who need relief from one of the Earth’s most prevalent killers.
The Nature Conservancy works to preserve life of, and on, the Earth. Kari Vigerstol leads a Nature Conservancy water conservation effort.
Marty Kooistra, King County (WA) Housing Consortium, addresses problems associated with housing. Duncan Marsh, international policy expert, discusses the policies involved with addressing climate change on an international basis.
Duncan Marsh, international policy expert, discusses the policies involved with addressing climate change on an international basis.
Kathleen Colson, Founder of the BOMA Project, explains a proven way to end poverty.
Justin Spelhaug, Microsoft Philanthropies, describes the importance of IT for nonprofit organizations.
Patrick Awuah, Founder and CEO of Ashesi University, describes the need for education in leadership, among other things.