A circular economy, or closed loop system, considers the reusability of products and materials and helps heal the earth instead of continuing to hurt it.
The role of a social impact executive signifies an organization's commitment to social consciousness—here’s what the role entails.
The evolving media landscape proves that not all activism is explicit: there’s a subtle, creative shift that’s making an impact on the world beyond the screen.
Without having to dive into any Form 990s, here is how we evaluate how well a charity carries out its mission.
Empathy is the ability to understand what another person is going through—it’s a skill we must practice constantly to better ourselves.
Environmental justice is the intersection of both social justice and environmentalism—here’s why it’s essential for a truly sustainable future.
While it’s important to vote with our dollars for a better future and shop consciously, we must remember that making an impact goes beyond what we spend our money on.
A look at what we learned at The Heart Series, an event for social impact entrepreneurs and innovative leaders of today’s most impactful companies.
Our favorite ways to serve the community that serves us during the holiday season—and beyond.
Not sure where to donate? Here’s a guide to help you find a charity that aligns with your values.
Fifteen socially conscious exchange traded funds for budding impact investors—so you can invest in the greater good.
These employers are committed to social good and creating positive change throughout a variety of industries.
Susie talks about her brand 100% Pure, the influence of her Korean background on her professional pursuits, and her own skincare routine.
Here's our take on what a social enterprise is and some shining examples that embody the movement.
We talk with Sarah about founding Darling Magazine, and about how her own sense of womanhood has evolved alongside the business.
Molly Thompson and Lauren Paul created a new platform for girls to speak out against female bullying—here is their story.
Lisa Hackwith is an artist, and fabric is her medium of choice. We chat with her about her sustainable clothing brand, Hackwith Design House.
Fashion Revolution demands transparency from all brands—we catch up with founder Carry Somers to talk about the systemic change needed in the fashion industry.
A former journalist, Shabnam Mogharabi has a longtime love for a good story—and it shows up in her work as the CEO of SoulPancake.
Agnes Muljadi, the vegan ballerina, engages her audience to drive attention to brands that share her commitment to people, animals, and the planet.
Award-winning designer Tracy Mulligan has helped People Tree transform ethical fashion into something contemporary, accessible, and desirable.
Jennifer Gootman, the VP of Social Consciousness & Innovation at West Elm, tells us about the challenges behind making large scale shifts to fair trade.
These videos pull on your heartstrings and encourage you to actively participate in change around the world.
Colbie shares about her passion for advocating for animal rights and sustainability—and some of her favorite resources for learning more.
October 24 is United Nations Day—here are 7 organizations fighting for human rights, equality, and peace across the globe.
These organizations are working tirelessly on the ground for relief and aid, specifically in areas severely impacted by natural disasters.
Building a successful, sustainable company in the USA is difficult to navigate, especially for companies looking to start small and scale.
Social impact is not just about donating money to charity—it’s about providing opportunities to disadvantaged people to help them rise out of poverty for good.
Brit talks about how she cultivates an enticing workplace culture at The Giving Keys, and shares the skills she’s honed to find both balance and success.