LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A U.S. startup has launched a tool to help investors move their money out of companies headquartered in states with "extreme anti-abortion laws", seeking to tap into a growing movement towards shareholder activism.
LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The head of a restaurant in southwest England set up by Jamie Oliver to train unemployed young people as chefs vowed on Tuesday to "keep the light burning" after the celebrity chef's restaurant chain went into administration.
LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The creator of the world's largest indoor rainforest, Britain's Eden Project, on Tuesday unveiled plans to turn a former Australian coal mine into a major eco-tourism attraction.
AMSTERDAM (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Competition for funding among companies trying to do good by doing everything from harvesting rainwater to making prosthetic limbs can be fierce.
AMSTERDAM (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - As a green-skinned alien in the blockbuster movie "Avengers: Endgame", actress Zoe Saldana hopes she can promote a clear message - that time's up on old-fashioned female stereotypes.
LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Whether it is U.S. denim brand Levi's campaigning against gun violence or British supermarket Iceland drawing attention to the environmental impact of palm oil production, big businesses want to show they care about people and the planet, not just profits.
(This April 24 story corrects location of Ruatoria in paragraph 8)
LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Global technology giant SAP is the latest big company to endorse British firms that aim to do good, as more consumers drive businesses to prove their social and environmental credentials.
OXFORD, England (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Films telling the stories of innovators in Africa have the power to transform the way people see the continent and drive social change, Oscar-nominated actor Chiwetel Ejiofor said on Friday.
OXFORD, England (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Social entrepreneurs in emerging countries fear their mission to set up businesses that profit while doing good is being hampered by a lack of support networks, leaving them isolated and lonely.