The New York Times has Published today an article on phylanthropeneurs, social entrepreneurs, philanthropists, you name it. It is regarding stories which have made the media, ranging from Richard Branson’s recent $3 billion dollar pledge to developing greener fuels, including Pierre Omidyar and Jeffrey S. Skoll.
Acording to Alan Abramson, director of the nonprofit sector and philanthropy program at the Aspen Institute, “These guys have firsthand knowledge of the market’s power, and they’re asking themselves why they can’t make money and tackle some of the problems once addressed primarily by government at the same time.”
It is very interesting to continue seeing the coverage that Corporate Responsibility, Social Entrepreneurship and Phylanthropy are getting by reducing the boundries between business, society and the environment.
read the whole New York Times Article.


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