Campaigners claim victory in social enterprise trademark fight
Technology firm's intended use of the term "social enterprise" sparked global row
Faced with drought, Peru's highlanders revive ancient water harvesting
?We cannot wait for the regional or national government to help us solve our problems. The consequences of climate change are occurring now. We have to cope with what we know and have."
Rio+20: Highlighting the Voices of Women
World Pulse delivered the voices of grassroots women leaders to the UN's 2nd Landmark Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Business backs agricultural growth corridors in Africa
A mix of public and private-sector funding is helping set up local farming enterprises in Mozambique and Tanzania
Forbes Woman interviews Monique Villa on the best and worst G20 countries for women to live in
Canada is the best place to be a woman, and India is the worst according to a new poll by Thomson Reuters Foundation.
Social enterprise and governments can break cycle of poverty through education
"Education Without Borders" initiative launched to help break cycle of poverty through education
Can social entrepreneurs and big business be happily married?
It's a vexing question for anyone in need of a financial shot in the arm - whom do I ask for money and how? For social entrepreneurs, getting into bed with a big corporation is more than just a financial lifeline.
How do we get businesses engaged in helping address climate change?
Moving companies beyond 'social corporate responsibility' to real action is the challenge, experts say
Reaching small farmers with innovations they can afford
Mini packets of seed, fertiliser and pesticide could boost take-up of new crops and practices