Hello and welcome to my Nuzzel newsletter!
(We're interested in innovative approaches used by governments, small businesses and nonprofits to help create healthy and vibrant communities.)
The New York Times
– Jul 19, 5:10 PM
We've tried liberalism and conservatism and now we're trying populism. Maybe the next era of public life will be defined by a resurgence of localism. Localism is the belief that power should be wielded as much as possible at the neighborhood, city…
The Washington Post
– Jul 20, 9:35 AM
The news last week that an Austin electronic-payments company would shut down had national implications: Thousands of farmers markets across the country would soon lose their ability to process cashless transactions for low-income shoppers who use…
By Andrew Kaczynski, Nathan McDermott and Christopher Massie, CNN
– Jul 20, 12:17 PM
(CNN) Republican Rep. Jason Lewis has a long history of racist rhetoric about African-Americans, pushing claims of a 'racial war' by blacks on whites and arguing that violence regularly occurs at black gatherings. He also frequently claimed that…
We debate an age-old chicken-and-egg question when we get together with other sustainability leaders: Are sustainable businesses more successful? Or are successful businesses more sustainable? And, honestly, does it really matter which came first?
Having covered social entrepreneurship for Forbes for nearly six years, one of the biggest issues I see in the community of changemakers is limited vision. The world's most pressing problems—poverty, disease and climate change—are…