Your local library is creating impact in unexpected ways, and cities are depaving their streets and sidewalks to make way for green space.
GLAAD releases its first report on LGBT representation in video games, and natural asset companies turn conservation lands into investible assets.
Cities around the U.S. are adopting the role of real estate investor to stimulate a new form of affordable housing, and the Department of Justice faces scrutiny for funding predictive policing systems.
Bank of America rolls back its restrictions on funding coal projects, and scientists research ways to make urban farming more sustainable.
Havas is investigated for its new partnership with Shell, and capital punishment faces a new test in Alabama.
California's solar panel installations have plummeted after subsidies were reduced, and FEMA is cutting through the red tape to provide timely disaster aid.
Boeing's latest 737 MAX incident reopens a conversation about safety culture, and the FDA makes a landmark decision in memory care.
Some extinct animals are simply hard to find, and our sustainable living choices aren't as effective as we think they are.
Solar energy finds its way to sidewalks, and wastewater goes positively potable.
It's our last newsletter of the year! We've compiled the best of the best from this year's newsletters: your favorite employers and ours.
This week, Polestar innovates on sustainability within the EV market, Roots Studio preserves world culture through digital licensing, and the United States Digital Service brings commercial expertise to government software development.
This week, Rescue Agency develops marketing campaigns to inspire healthy behaviors, Project Canary detects greenhouse gases before they pose a threat to our atmosphere, and Jitasa helps nonprofits make the most of their finances.
This week, Checkerspot brings sustainability to snow sports, OpenClassrooms gives online learning the personal touch, and PCC improves the quality of pediatric care.
This week, a trifecta of companies are reviving nuclear energy as a climate action solution, United By Blue is cleaning up waterways one purchase at a time, and MIO dresses up the corporate office with sustainable decor.
This week, we're diving into the best ways to find a social impact job besides the One Work website. Finding a job that aligns with your values isn't easy, but these tips are sure to expand your options!
This week, APDS prepares every justice-impacted individual for a living wage job, Pearl Certification helps homeowners build more sustainable homes and reap the benefits, and 75F puts the internet of things to work reducing our climate footprint.
This week, Good Dog helps families discover dog breeders and shelters with ethical practices, Unit Co. enables impact reporting for social enterprises everywhere, and Summer makes it easier to dig out of student loan debt.
This week, PointClickCare connects healthcare services to improve patient care, Saxbys trains the next generation of leaders one coffee at a time, and United Launch Alliance delivers critical satellite infrastructure to orbit.
This week, Arabella Advisors helps nonprofits, foundations, and philanthropists make the most of their money to drive social impact, Alleyoop designs beauty product that do double duty, and Terra Education gives students the educational trip of a lifetime.
This week, Ello uses AI to personalize reading instruction, Possible upends the payday loan industry, and The Sunrise Project assembles a global coalition to transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy.
This week, Bonterra collaborates across businesses to advance social impact, Creature Comforts Brewing Co. turns beer into community service, and Workit Health makes it easier to get help for substance abuse disorders.
This week, Codecademy makes it easy for anyone to learn to code, Wolf & Badger helps consumers shop their values with confidence, and Xwing pushes the boundaries of autonomous flight.
This week, Heath Ceramics raises the bar on sustainable manufacturing, Rip Curl helps surfers catch the big wave while protecting the environment, and Vayda advances regenerative agriculture across the Mississippi Delta.
This week, Techstars expands access to startup capital for underrepresented founders, Voyager pushes the final frontier of sustainable space exploration, and Ellipsis Health uncovers the mental health conditions hiding in our speech.
Our job board and talent pool launch this week! Discover more than 3,000(!) job opportunities at companies making the world a better place.
This week, ClimateAI builds resilience in agriculture and energy infrastructure, Rightfoot makes it easier for consumers to pay down debt, and Carbonwave transforms seaweed waste from methane polluter into purposeful product.
This week, B Lab sets the standard for responsible business, Trove finds new homes for unwanted garments to create a more sustainable supply chain, and Good Party helps independent candidates find their way in a two-party system.
This week, the Crisis Text Line supports better mental health one text message at a time, Meow Wolf astounds audiences with art and impact alike, and Solstice introduces community solar to homeowners who want clean energy minus the equipment.
This week, Submittable helps social enterprises make the most of their charitable donations, Dr. B makes routine medical care and prescriptions more affordable, and LifeStraw expands access to safe drinking water.
This week, Second Front Systems accelerates software development for government systems, Alvéole brings beehives to the big city, and Classy gives nonprofits the tools they need to build sustainable income.
This week, Blue Ocean Barns tackles climate change one cow at a time, Ignite! Reading helps kids become thriving, independent readers, and World Centric turns compostable products into global impact.
This week, Nava develops equitable digital services for government stakeholders, Anthropic builds safety into the AI revolution, and findhelp connects social services to the people who need them most.
This week, New Belgium Brewing adds social causes to the brewery lineup, Watershed makes it easy to account for climate impacts, and SeaVees turns a pair of shoes into social progress.
This week, OLLY takes the stigma out of seeking mental health support, HAYVN creates a coworking space to empower female entrepreneurs and small business owners, and the Rescue Agency helps healthy habits spread.
This week, Project Canary helps monitor greenhouse gases in real time, Small Door brings telehealth to pet care, and Verdical Group drives the adoption of net zero architecture.
This week, Misfits Market diverts perfectly good food from landfills, Guild helps companies invest in their employees' career development, and Avocado Green Brands helps customers sleep soundly and sustainably.
This week, EnGen helps non-English speakers overcome barriers to employment, Locus FS tackles climate change and deforestation with fermentation, and AE Works creates sustainable spaces for working and living.
This week, NationSwell connects social impact leaders to drive global change, OluKai preserves Hawaiian culture one shoe at a time, and Wefunder turns the everyday consumer into a startup investor.
This week, the Atlantic Council builds a coalition to tackle international challenges, Next Street drives investments to small businesses with underrepresented owners, and Solectrac electrifies the agricultural industry.
This week, Kickstarter helps creatives find fans and funding, Allagash Brewing Company raises a glass to social impact, and Lemonade transforms insurance premiums into charitable donations.
This week, Warby Parker expands vision care around the world, Geek Girl Tech helps social impact companies with cybersecurity, and RALLY mobilizes change through marketing.
This week, Posit helps democratize data, Lovevery applies puts childhood development first with a line of toys, and Home Leasing develops housing communities designed to meet diverse socioeconomic backgrounds.
This week, Gotham Greens makes sustainable farming in cities a reality, Sunrise Treatment Center tackles the opioid epidemic in Ohio, and P.L.A.Y. ensures shelter animals have a comfortable place to sleep.
This week, Resonant Energy helps ensure an equitable clean energy revolution, Mango Materials transforms methane into a plastics substitute, and Harness helps nonprofits manage their fundraising operations.
This week, Stumptown Coffee redefines the coffee farmer relationship, Parker Clay tackles exploitation in Ethiopia, and Hallam-ICS advances workplace safety.
This week, Kiva connects lenders to underserved communities around the world, New Story tackles homelessness to powerful economic effect, and Rubicon envisions a world without waste.
This week, Atticus helps sick and injured people find justice, Modern Energy builds a greener energy future, and Equalize Digital ensures the web is accessible to all.
This week, Tillamook brings farmer-owners together to deliver delicious dairy products, MiaDonna offers an ethical solution to a jewelry concern, and Rachio makes lawns more sustainable.
This week, Bombas brings dignity to homeless shelters, PowerSchool brings education into the online era, and Waymo gets you to your destination without a driver.
This week, SOURCE pulls water from thin air, Dandelion Energy leads the transition to geothermal heating and cooling, and Dataquest educates the next generation of data scientists.
This week, Arup tackles some of the most challenging sustainability issues, SkyHive helps reskill underserved populations, and the National Park Foundation preserves America's National Parks.
This week, Revivn gives your work computer another life, Marmoset brings a community of musicians together, and The Trevor Project helps end LGBTQ suicide.
This week, Blueland reduces single-use plastics around the home, CNote drives capital to BIPOC- and women-owned businesses, and Indigenous PACT improves Tribal healthcare outcomes.
This week, an engineering firm reinvents the built world for sustainability, a startup accelerator advances entrepreneurship worldwide, and a cookie dough manufacturer leaves a delicious local impact.
This week, a nonprofit invests its way to a poverty breakthrough, banking gets personal with a focus on customer values, and a consulting firm helps utilities supercharge their energy efficiency to combat climate change.
This week, a beauty company ups the ante on personal care, fashion resolves to stand the test of time, and plastics get super squeaky clean to support reuse.
If we're going to solve the toughest problems on the planet, we need to drive to the root cause and surround ourselves with fantastic teammates. Will you work on the front lines or provide the necessary support to enable those efforts? Both are powerful ways to make a difference.
Welcome to our weekly jobs roundup in a new format! This week, we wanted to celebrate our new digs at Ghost with job opportunities from some of the companies that inspire us the most.
This week, Ohio makes inroads on reducing food waste, a new NASA satellite helps detect climate change hot spots, and water access joins the mental health conversation. I'm getting serious Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs vibes.
This week, the right to read becomes a social justice issue, technology adopts modular components for sustainability, and your child's next field trip could be on an electric bus.
This week, hydrogen jets take aviation to a greener future, Cambridge advances new sustainable agriculture efforts, and researchers produce the first fusion reaction with net positive energy.
This week, zoos lead the charge on animal conservation and sustainability, quantum computing drives a reckoning in online security, and a Dallas nonprofit acts at the intersection of homelessness and HIV.
This week, a supermarket innovates on charitable giving, self-driving cars map microclimates in cities, and banks get bullish on the climate economy.
This week, peer support helps improve healthcare outcomes, modern slavery gets the United Nations spotlight, and video games advance their inclusion efforts.
COP27 is well underway in Egypt, so we're dedicating this issue to some of the stories coming out of the annual climate change conference.
This week, the National Women's Soccer League speaks up against poor wages and abuse, we explore the furthest reaches of our planet and beyond, and nonprofits tackle food resiliency in the face of climate change.
Maybe the best thing you could do for your mental health right now is...nothing? This week, students learn the benefits of slowing down, two brothers rescue raptors from the polluted skies of Delhi, and we learn about the mental health impacts of conflicting values.
Change is on the horizon. Renewable energy makes record inroads in 2022, Denver sets a new standard for transparency in public safety, and museums embark on a journey to broaden their perspectives. Let's get into it!
This week AR/VR intersects with the digital divide, self-driving cars go googly-eyed for safety, and the global community innovates on food waste.
This week we're investigating the impacts of pandemic aid, celebrating the first cobalt mine in the United States in decades, and finding hope for those living with long COVID. Let's hop to it!
Do you feel it? The gentle fall breeze, the smell of pumpkin spice, the flannel in your closet yearning to breathe free? You know what's even better than all of that? Elections!
We've talked a lot in the past about ways we contribute to climate change, but we haven't spent much time talking about the consequences. Today, we're focusing on wildfires and highlighting companies that are addressing impacts from natural disasters.
Plastics and other debris ride the currents out to the Pacific Ocean until they become trapped in the vortex. Do we work on cleaning up the mess that's there, or do we look upstream to address how plastic ended up in the ocean in the first place?
Public schools and the teachers who enable their success have often been the target of politicians and parents, but it seems more toxic of late. That toxicity is just one of the many reasons teachers are leaving the workforce.
This summer is hot, but you know what's even hotter? Nuclear fusion. In the world of clean and renewable energy, nothing rides the cutting edge like fusing hydrogen isotopes at millions of degrees Celsius.
If you want to be on the cutting edge of food science and use food as a way to combat climate change, check out the job opportunities in this week's issue.
Today we're discussing the school to prison pipeline, wherein students are pushed into the criminal justice system – disproportionally students of color, students with disabilities, or students struggling with difficult circumstances at home.
There are new tax credits coming to incentivize the purchase of more electric vehicles, the U.S. Postal Service is investing in a new electric fleet, and more and more automakers are committing to net-zero production in the coming decades.
I don't know about you, but I didn't wake up today thinking boy howdy, I hope I get to burn some fossil fuels! Here's today's mind-boggling statistic: around 40% of our carbon dioxide emissions actually comes from buildings.
This week, we're taking a look at some key updates in the mental health space. Notably, the crisis hotline has a new number, 988, which will make it easier for people to get support when they need it.
Introducing our inaugural newsletter dedicated to meaningful work! With any number of challenges facing the world today, we need more people than ever to step up and take responsibility for the change they'd like to see.