- Arif Naqvi... is suddenly playing defense while building 21st-century health networks for megacities of the global South.
- ImpactAlpha is continuing to track... the fallout from the dispute over the Abraaj Group’s finances. Among the developments since this story on the health fund and the original dispute...
Greetings, ImpactAlpha readers! #Featured: ImpactAlpha original The Patriots (and Vikings and Falcons) underestimated the Eagles, just as investors have misjudged Philadelphia and other cities like it. An underdog Super Bowl victory provides an all-too-easy opportunity for metaphors and deep thoughts, but indulge us — it’s only been 24 hours. ImpactAlpha’s Dennis Price joined other happy Philadelphians in
Greetings, ImpactAlpha readers! Tell us about the revival underway in your city or town. The periodic awakenings in American history, often born out of cultural and economic stress, created new forms of inclusion and regeneration. Revivals brought people together across lines of class, race and gender, in cities and on farms, challenging elites and arousing
Cape Town has just over two months of water reserves left for its four million residents. In the third year of a severe drought, the city has become a global symbol of the imminent threat of climate change, as city officials scramble to prepare for “Day Zero.” Locals complain that clear warnings of a crisis
A 2015 report cast the opportunity to secure the world’s food supply by 2030 as a $2.3 trillion annual opportunity that could create 80 million jobs, 90% of them in developing countries. Areas of opportunity included better fertilizers, improved data analysis, sustainable production and aquaculture, innovations in food processing and logistics and reductions in food waste.
Greetings, ImpactAlpha readers! #Featured: ImpactAlpha Original No Excuses: Pension funds tell companies to account for, disclose, and reduce carbon risk. It’s been easy for some corporations to reach for reasons not to act on climate change, or at least not to tell anybody what they’re doing. Not anymore. The “Investor Agenda” presented at the biannual
It’s been easy for some corporations to reach for reasons not to act on climate change, or at least not to tell anybody what they’re doing. Not anymore. At first glance, the “Investor Agenda” presented at the biannual Climate Risk conference in New York might seem full of bland platitudes. But the four-part plan includes a