Marine Conservation 2.0

Marine Conservation 2.0

Steve Rocliffe  |  April 25, 2017

By prioritizing the needs of coastal communities, we have a better chance of mobilizing the hundreds of millions of people who work in and around fishing worldwide to support ocean conservation rather than oppose it, writes Blue Ventures' Steve Rocliffe....

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Commentary and Opinion

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Building the Field of Arts Engagement: Prospects and Challenges
April 28, 2017
Given the urgent need for arts and cultural organizations to demonstrate their public benefit and update their underlying business models in order to remain relevant and sustainable, the field of arts engagement needs a shared framework for analysis, knowledge transfer, and practice, a report commissioned by the James Irvine Foundation from AEA...
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NPO Spotlight



April 18, 2017

Begun as a parent-led effort in 1954, Lifehouse has worked to provide opportunities and independence to individuals with developmental disabilities through life skills training, advocacy, information, and referrals....

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On the Web

April 26, 2017

FundingTheOcean.org is a dynamic knowledge hub designed to track, inform, and inspire ocean conservation philanthropy around the world....

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Off the Shelf

Just Change: How to Collaborate for Lasting Impact

Just Change: How to Collaborate for Lasting Impact

April 21, 2017
Tynesia Boyea-Robinson (Charleston, South Carolina: Advantage, 2016)

Tynesia Boyea-Robinson, chief impact officer at Living Cities, draws on her experience in both the private and social sectors to shares lessons she's learned and strategies she's found to be effective for changing how we think about and create change, how our organizations work, and how we collaborate....

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