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Big winners want to be changemakers? Hold them to it.

  • The point is not to skewer, but to split the elite. Global corporations. Too-big-to-fail banks. Huge pension and sovereign wealth funds. Billionaires and their families. Cities and whole countries. All are being called to account for their impact, negative or positive.

The Impact Alpha: 2030 goals light a path to the post-Trump era

ImpactAlpha, July 12 –– In some alternative universe, the U.S. president is right now hectoring our allies to accelerate and increase their commitments to meeting the 2030 deadline for global goals around poverty, health and climate. Such public and private investments, that parallel president tells fellow leaders, have returned multiple benefits, including rising life expectancies,