• Book Review: Parachuting Cats into Borneo: And Other Lessons from the Change Café

    Parachuting Cats into Borneo: And Other Lessons from the Change Café By Axel Klimek and Alan AtKisson, 2016. Yes! It’s true. In the 1950s the World Health Organization (WHO) supported a call to create positive change in Borneo by parachuting 14,000 cats into the country! With their somewhat surprising arrival, the cats significantly helped decrease

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  • Advancing sustainability leadership through University partnerships

    Last year, SERES partnered with the University of California, Irvine to develop a series of transformative sustainability leadership programs for undergraduate and graduate students on campus. Here’s the latest report from UCI’s Sustainability Initiative about the programs that were developed through this partnership.

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  • What we’ve learned from our first crowd fund experience

    People who dream about a different world often don’t have another way of discovering their path other than just going out and doing it. We call it making the path by walking. For many fellow change makers and pioneering leaders, you’ll know just what this is like: that fine line between being “ready”, and just

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  • 5 Questions About The Communiversity

    Is it like a university? Yes…and no! The Communiversity is like a University in the sense that it will be a large and diverse campus and learning institution that is dedicated to training the next generation of leaders and change-agents. Where the Communiversity differs is that we realize that knowledge alone is a weak driver

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  • Great News! Passionate architects are working on the Communiversity!

    Through Journeyman International, the Communiversity is now a dream that passionate architects are working on. What started as an idea is now being shaped into professional design. “One of Journeyman International’s primary goals is to partner with worthy organizations that are doing incredible humanitarian work.  SERES is one of those organizations.  We are thrilled to

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