The Nature Conservancy works to preserve life of, and on, the Earth. Kari Vigerstol leads a Nature Conservancy water conservation effort.
Water & Sanitation
Clean water from solar power is a new product from PotaVida. Charlie Matlack, CEO, discusses how data gathering may be the biggest key in helping people around the world get clean water.
Sheryl Greentree, Water for Africa, UK, explains how to tap water for Africa’s people.
2011 Citizens Finalist: Alcoa. Jamaica is just one of the countries benefitting from the community work of Alcoa and its employees. Stephanie Wolcott explains how this global company’s work remains local. No wonder Alcoa was a finalist for the 2011 BCLC International Ambassador award.
Miguel Salinas, corporate social responsibility leader at Adobe, describes his company’s work with the world’s teachers and students.
Global Sustainability! Dow’s Bo Miller describes the three considerations to achieve sustainability: economic, social and environmental.
Jobs through recycling in Haiti: Jason Burger of CSS describes working with Executives Without Borders to provide opportunities for sustainable employment in earthquake-ridden Haiti.
Executives Without Borders CEO Bob Goodwin, explains skills-based volunteerism around the globe.
Wello – A Simple Design Can Change the World: Wello aims to improve global access to water and reduce the physical and time burdens of water collection by manufacturing and distributing a water transportation tool, the WaterWheel. Our innovative Business in a Barrel model enables our customers to improve their economic status while improving the health of their communities.
Author and commentator Steven Solomon, talks about the building dangers in the volatile global financial system. This is the final part of a 3-part interview.
Author and commentator Steven Solomon, talks about the building dangers in the volatile global financial system. This is part 2 of a 3-part interview.
Author and commentator Steven Solomon — Water: The Epic Struggle for Wealth, Power, and Civilization and The Confidence Game — warns about building dangers in the volatile global financial system.
Rainmakers TV hosts NanoICE executives Craig Rominger and Snaebjorn Gudnason in a discussion about a powerful new technology to combat world hunger.