Leslie Crutchfield, an author, educator, and leading authority on social movements, as well as executive director of the Global Social Enterprise Initiative at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business, presents why movements matter, especially today more than ever, what leads to success or failure, and how a movement can create systemic change. Crutchfield explores previous and emerging movements, what has led to creating change and what has caused some efforts to fail.
WWF's annual Kathryn S. Fuller Science for Nature Symposium convenes scientists and entrepreneurs in science, policy, business, and development to stimulate conservation dialogue for actionable knowledge and dynamic learning for a priority conservation issue. The 2018 Symposium, presented in collaboration with National Geographic inspired thinking on why and how to integrate principles of systems theory in conservation. We brought together a diverse array of leading experts to challenge our current way of working—and to devise creative solutions to complex conservation and development challenges in the context of our dynamic planet. Learn more here: worldwildlife.org/fuller2018.