• Society
  • Etsy Shares 10 Social Impact Tips

    If you’re hanging out in Brooklyn one night and you run into a massive craft fair with over a thousand sellers, you probably just stumbled upon the monthly craft night at the Etsy headquarters. Not only does Etsy sell crafts that would look great on your living room wall and offer one of the only legit […]

  • Society
  • Target Launches Gender-Neutral Home Dcor for Kids

    Earlier this month, Target announced its newest line: Pillowfort. A line designed strictly for kids, Pillowfort will hit stores by the end of February. And what’s unique about this product launch? The line is comprised of trendy items that are perfect for gender-neutral home dcor. In fact, this new product launch follows Target’s attempt this […]

  • Corporate responsibility
  • Conscious Capitalism: Evolving the Narrative of Business

    By Jarrett A. Luckett From April 12 through April 14, hundreds of professionals from across the world came together to deepen their practical application of conscious capitalism (CC). Conscious capitalism exists to utilize business to elevate humanity. Raj Sisodia is a distinguished professor of global business at Babson College and co-author of the Wall Street Journal bestseller, […]

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  • Photos: What Wild Seaweed Teaches Us About Marine Ecosystems

    Larry Knowles cutting Kombu (seaweed). By Shilpi Chhotray Harvesting seaweed is a unique and invigorating experience. I’ve experienced early mornings on the overcast California coastline with nothing but my dry suit and harvesting bag, gathering thick ropes of kelp in the cold, shallow waves. Seaweed is harvested during the lowest tide of the month when […]