For our 2008 -11 focus on Leadership in Climate Solutions, the work of 2009 Hillary Laureate, Jeremy Leggett (UK)
With our 2012-15 focus, Climate Equity, the work of 2012 Hillary Laureate, Te Beretitenti (President), Anote Tong of Kiribati
2016 HILLARY LAUREATE ANNOUNCED!
"New Hillary Laureate TIM JACKSON challenges consumerism" - The Press 20th June
"This is a story about us, about people…being persuaded to spend money we don't have, on things we don't need, to create impressions that won't last, on people we don't care about." -Tim Jackson
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Tim Jackson: prosperity without growth - listen to long-form, post-Brexit interview with Kiwi celebrated broadcaster Kim Hill on Radio NZ (July 9th)
The Institute applauds the extraordinary leadership shown by CHRISTIANA FIGUERES and LAURENT FABIUS in guiding COP21 to an historic conclusive moment on 12th December, 2015. We salute the ambition of the Paris Agreement, tautoko (affirm) the determination shown by global leaders and acknowledge the remarkable contribution of our six global Hillary Laureates whose work since Copenhagen in 2009 has been tireless. Listen to post-Paris long-form interview with 2009 Laureate JEREMY LEGGETT (Dec 19th with Kiwi icon broadcaster KIM HILL) http://www.radionz.co.nz/national/programmes/saturday/20151219
The 2015 HILLARY STEP has been co-jointly won by 2013 Hillary Laureate ATOSSA SOLTANI and 2014 Hillary Laureate MIKE BRUNE*. See below for lead media pdf. URL is http://www.stuff.co.nz/the-press/opinion/69068469/keep-fossil-fuels-in-the-ground.
*Mike's Laureate award was formally bestowed in New York at the beginning of climate week on September 21st, 2014. We then joined 411,000 New Yorkers on the streets of Manhattan for the Peoples March.
Watch our Facebook and Twitter sites (see key links left hand bottom corner this pg) for latest updates on Laureates' work and related interest material. See "ED TALKS" for pre-Paris COP21 presentations from MIKE BRUNE and JEREMY LEGGETT and YOSEPH AYELE on NZ as an Incubation Nation. And go to ANNUAL REPORTS for the latest snapshot summary (PDF) of our work via our 2015 Annual Report.
see also 2012 Laureate ANOTE TONG's 2015 TED PRIZE interview -
In an age when great leadership is more vital than ever, there exists little direct international recognition of mid-career leadership.
The Hillary Institute of International Leadership accepts this challenge. We are here to recognise, reward and nurture great leaders, currently in play, who will provide answers to such challenges as climate change, poverty, disease, peace and justice.
Such achievements are often the result of the singular vision, dynamism, drive and focus of individuals who inspire those around them and effect significant social, environmental and economic improvement. This site reflects the eight years of our journey to date and the extraordinary characters who people it. We welcome your own leadership and invite your support.
ED TALK #3 - Yoseph Ayele - "NZ as an Incubation Nation."
In the third of the 2015-16 Hillary Institute's "ED TALKS", KiwiConnect's Yoseph Ayele refreshes his closing address to our 8th Annual Dinner, putting up the moot that NZ could be an entrepreneurial incubator for global, purpose-driven advancement.
Watch the video here: Click here to watch Ed Talks Episode #3
ED TALK #2 - Jeremy Leggett - "Winning the Carbon War."
In the second of the 2015-16 Hillary Institute's "ED TALKS", inaugural Hillary Laureate (2009) Jeremy Leggett (Chair Solar Century and Carbon Tracker - UK), addresses the pre-Paris challenge on Climate Change, his latest book "Winning the Carbon War" and the remarkable acceleration in divestment and clean-tech growth.
Watch the video here: Click here to watch Ed Talks Episode #2
ED TALK #1 - Mike Brune - "Fighting Climate Change is something we GET to do , not just something we have to do."
In the first of the 2015-16 Hillary Institute's 10 minute "ED TALKS", 2014 Hillary Laureate and 2015 Hillary Step co-winner Mike Brune (Executive Director, Sierra Club - US) addresses the pre-Paris challenge on Climate Change, the need to 'keep fossil fuels in the ground' and the enormous opportunities inherent in the rapidly-emerging clean economy.
Watch the video here: Click here to watch Ed Talks Episode #1