We live in a world of institutions that have a variety of profit, altruistic, social, religious, economic, political and environmental missions. Frequently the profit motive, the basis for most for-profit institutions, is passed up as the primary mission for an entity in favor of other non-economic purposes. Such entities are known as non-profit (NP) institutions or corporations. Yet an NP entity must still sustain itself economically both in the short and long term if it is
Background We are witnessing a truly remarkable but also unprecedented period in human history. Our times are characterized by the greatest technology, the greatest wealth, the greatest population, the greatest achievements and the greatest systems that humans have endeavored to build and maintain. Yet coexisting with these great accomplishments, we also witness the most systemic stresses that humanity has ever endured. First, global climate change is elevating human stress
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