Blog In Bhutan, the mountains rise so high that monastery lights on remote peaks blend in with the stars above at night. On high altitude passes, misty rains are indistinguishable from clouds drifting past. Boundaries in Bhutan melt into one another, and Mountain Hazelnuts as a company is no exception. MH does not fit comfortably within the confines of social enterprise, government project, or multinational company. Similarly, the people at Mountain Hazelnuts – outliers who don’t fit the mold – are its greatest asset. Bhutan is not an easy place to reach, and those who seek it out tend to hear the beat of a different drum.
Dan just spoke atTED 2013 Watch the talk. TED fans rave: Dan Pallotta
Fifth anniversary July 28, 2012, 4:02 am Filed under: Africa, Asia, Background, Blog, Cambodia, Guatemala, India, Kenya, Latin America, Malawi, Nicaragua, Nigeria, Philippines, Rhode Island, Rwanda, Thailand, Uganda Five years ago this week we piloted the Barefoot MBA with villagers near Lamplaimat, Thailand. The world has seen plenty of progress since then: Five Nobel Peace Prize winners. Barefoot MBA
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By Anne Li on 03/09/2011 @ 10:30 AM Tags: Federal Policy, Innovation We noticed a highly innovative development called social impact bonds in the U.K. last year, and we weren’t the only ones. innovation@cfed Blog
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Jean-Baptiste Michel has sold a small sculpture to the Whitney Museum of American Art. A major museum acquiring a piece—that’s a big moment for any artist. But this sculpture is the very first piece of art Michel ever created. Michel is the data researcher who...