Interested in learning more? Check out our list of resources below and feel free to post additional suggestions!


Stanford Social Innovation Review
Social Edge
Mobile Active
Change Observer
AIDG blog
Emerging Futures Lab
Social Earth
Disruptive Leadership
Global Health Ideas
YES! Magazine
Timbuktu Chronicles

UC BERKELEY CLASSES – offered Spring 2010

+ Design for Sustainable Communities, Civil Engineering, Ashok Gadgil
+ Business and Technology for Sustainable Development, Haas, Flavio Feferman’
+ Technology and Poverty, I School, Jenna Burrell

Department-organized list of Spring 2010 courses

+ Blum Center:
+ MOT Program:
+ ISchool:
+ ERG:
+ EBS:


King Leopold’s Ghost by Adam Hochschild
A Fine Balance by Rohinton Mistry
The Blue Sweater by Jacqueline Novogratz
The Bottom Billion by Paul Collier
Dead Aid by Dambisa Moyo and Niall Ferguson
End of Poverty by Jeffrey Sachs
Development as Freedom by Amartya Sen
How to Change the World by David Bornstein
Fortune at the Bottom of the Pyramid by C.K. Prahalad
Power of Unreasonable People by John Elkington, Pamela Hartigan, and Klaus Schwab
Small is Beautiful by E. F. Schumacher
Everybody loves a good drought by P. Sainath


One Response to Resources

  1. Rohan says:

    Non-profit organizations in general and social enterprises in particular seek new methods to reach scale. To do so, they need to leverage networks, secure financing and access new markets. The U.S. consulting firm, Social Enterprises Associates, offers its new publication, Tip Sheet # 9, Resources for Scaling Social Enterprises with triple bottom line resources for social entrepreneurs and their organizations to grow.

    Download the publication from the homepage Under “New Material”

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