President Clinton and seven current world leaders discuss the challenges of climate change.
The 2011 CGI Annual Meeting plays host to hundreds of world leaders who want “to take action on an unprecedented array of global challenges, including empowering girls and women, sustainable consumption, and economic growth and job creation.”
President Clinton: “We need fact-based cooperation. The American people have proven remarkably impervious to getting accurate information.”
Bishop Desmond Tutu and other panelists (Luis Ubinas, President of the Ford Foundation, Mary Robinson, former president of Ireland and member of the Elders, and Jennifer Buffet, President and Co-chair of the NoVo Foundation) discuss the problem of child brides.
The Reverend Jessie Jackson makes an unscheduled appearance in the press room.
Andrew Kassoy of B Lab discussing virtues of benefit corporations and impact investing. Kassoy publicly announced GIIRS, the “world’s first ratings and analytics platform for impact investing.”
TV journalist Charlie Rose and Nobel Prize Winner Rev. Desmond Tutu hold discussion on second day of Clinton Global Initiative.
President Clinton, Archbishop Tutu, and Charlie Rose speak with Aung San Suu Kyi through video feed.
Janine Benyus of The Biomimicry Institute joins other panelists to discuss “Form and Function: Designing for Humanity” at the Clinton Global Initiative.
Former NBA basketball star Diekembe Mutombo, participates on a panel focused on Sports and Development at the Clinton Global Initiative.
“Girls, Women, and Water” panel at the Clinton Global Initiative.
Actress and activist Julia Ormond and fellow panelists discuss “huge Pandora’s Box” of human trafficking in US and abroad.
President Bill Clinton, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, and Chelsea Clinton greet panelists during final plenary session at Clinton Global Initiative 2011 in New York City.
President of Rockefeller Foundation announces new impact investing commitments made by nine institutions.
Photos taken by Mr. Laurie Lane-Zucker, CEO Hotfrog LLC
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