Co-creating a sustainable future


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Future 500

Future 500 is a non-profit organization that began in 1995 in Aspen, Colorado. They envision a world that realizes sustainable economic growth by addressing social and environmental externalities with market-based solutions. Future 500 unites the corporate and NGO sector to break through gridlock, encourage thoughtful solutions, and achieve broad systemic change.

This video explains the principles of their work and what they understand as stakeholder engagement.

And in this blog Future 500´s staff and partners continually write about the latest developments in sustainability.

The Partnerships Resource Center

The Partnerships Resource Centre is an open centre where academics, practitioners and students can create, retrieve and share knowledge on cross sector partnerships for sustainable development. The centre does (or commissions) fundamental research, develops tools, knowledge sharing protocols as well as web-based learning modules and executive training. Most of these activities are open to the general public and are aimed at enhancing the effectiveness of partnerships around the world.

Devex Impact

Devex Impact is a global initiative by Devex and USAID in partnership with top international organizations and private industry leaders. Here at the intersection of business and global development, companies, organizations and professionals connect to find the practical information they need to make an impact.

Wageningen Multi-Stakeholder Processes

This portal is part of a new platform from the Centre for Development Innovation, part of Wageningen University and Research Centre. The purpose of the platform is to enable paractitioners to collaborate and share knowledge, experiences and strategies.

The story of Change

Our friends from The Story of Stuff Project began their journey began with a 20-minute online movie about the way we make, use and throw away all the Stuff in our lives. Five years and 40 million views later, they are a Community of 500,000 changemakers worldwide, working to build a more healthy and just planet.

This video focuses on what is needed to generate change.

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