By 2050, the world will need to feed an additional 2 billion people. To help, U.S. university laboratories are hard at work. In partnership with...
In cities across America, residents are reclaiming abandoned parcels of land and planting them with trees, vegetables and flowers.
Development assistance from the United States must boost self-reliance, be transparent and help countries avoid the debt trap to be effective.
The world population is expected to reach 9 billion by 2050. Simple, smart investments in agricultural production can ensure food security for all of them.
The Unreasonable Group believes for-profit companies with a social mission can address global challenges more effectively than nonprofits can.
Engineers Without Borders USA works on what the engineers call "low-tech, high-impact projects" in 42 countries, from latrines to water supplies to bridges.
For two decades, Ken Isaacs was a well driller. A month volunteering in Africa led him to a career switch to a charity delivering humanitarian aid worldwide. Now he is the U.S. choice to lead the Geneva-based International Organization for Migration.
The hashtag #2030now received over 1.6 billion Twitter hits as people around the world followed the events at the 2015 Social Good Summit in New York City.
When you think about how to build a better world, think about providing clean water to about 663 million people worldwide who don’t have it.