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Saturday, December 9, 2017

Diigo Update 12/10/2017


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Thursday, December 7, 2017

Diigo Update 12/08/2017


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Thursday, November 30, 2017

Diigo Update 12/01/2017


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Monday, November 20, 2017

Diigo Update 11/21/2017

  • Forum for the Future US brings all of Forum’s system innovation, futures and sustainable business tools and expertise to solve sustainability challenges across North America. Working with major businesses including Target, Walmart and McDonald’s, smaller companies like Method and Annie’s, and NGOs such as The Rainforest Alliance, we have helped reshape the business models and convene the coalitions capable of creating lasting change. We believe that only by keeping a keen eye on what the future might hold can we make sound decisions for the longer term. We also believe that the key systems that we rely on, like food and energy, are broken and in need of complete transformation. Forum equips its Network members with the knowledge, training and practical tools to innovate. We provide them with a platform for collaboration where they can test solutions and make their successes bigger and better.

    Tags: systems thinking, sustainability, innovation


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Sunday, November 19, 2017

Diigo Update 11/20/2017


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Saturday, November 18, 2017

Diigo Update 11/19/2017

  • The financial health of a city is closely intertwined with that of its residents. Financially healthy residents are better able to weather difficult times, are less likely to need city supports and services, and can contribute more to the local economy by supporting property, sales, and income taxes. Our data dashboard provides a unique snapshot of residents’ financial health, including credit bureau data, to tell the story of city financial health. Recognizing that cities differ and their residents’ needs are diverse, we construct city peer groups to highlight shared challenges and promising interventions. What’s your city’s picture of financial health?

    Tags: financial, housing, financial viability, cities, economic development


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