How social innovation is tackling climate change in 2021

Humanity is running out of time to effectively combat the threat of climate change that is already being felt across the world. But innovative social entrepreneurs are using their ingenuity, drive, and compassion to tackle some of the world’s greatest threats. How Social Innovation is Tackling Climate Change A critical step towards finding solutions to […]

The Community Bond finds new relevance as a Green Bond

In 2014, the Centre for Social Innovation invented The Community Bond, and in doing so legitimized exempt market bonds issued by benevolent organizations by opting into the standards required by regulated issuers.  The significance of this move cannot be overstated. The Community Bond facilitated a boom in in community asset ownership by benevolvent organizations. CSI […]

Can we just capture carbon from the air?

If reducing emissions on its own isn’t enough, what else can we do? Technology may have the answer.

There’s a growing interest in the potential of Direct Air Carbon Capture and Storage (DACCS) to combat climate change by pulling carbon out of the air and storing it underground

Solid-State Batteries are Stepping Up to Secure the Future

The Future of Batteries It’s not news that climate change is one of the most pressing issues of our time. With 74% of global carbon emissions coming from the road transport sector, coming up with a green alternative to the internal combustion engine is a sensible place to start.    Turning to electric vehicles (EVs) […]

Forget hygee: samfundssind is the Danish import that should have been

In March 2020, weeks after the pandemic arrived in Denmark along with the rest of the world, Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen laid out her Covid response, and along with it, she revived a word that hadn’t been used since the dark days of facist expansion and the dawn of the second world war: samfundssind.  “As […]