The Edmund Hillary Fellowship (EHF) offers a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for visionary entrepreneurs, investors and changemakers to live and work in New Zealand, and create scalable, breakthrough solutions to global challenges. EHF accepts up to 100 international and 20 Kiwi entrepreneurs and investors each year to be part of the programme.
In the latest of the Hillary Institute's "Ed Talks" series, Kiwi Connect'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 talent.
In the second of the “Ed Talks” series, inaugural (2009) Hillary Laureate Jeremy Leggett, Chair of Solarcentury and Carbon Tracker, discusses the pre-Paris challenge for addressing climate change, his latest book "Winning the Carbon War", and the remarkable acceleration in the growth of clean-tech and the divestment movement.
In the first of the Hillary Institute's 10 minute “Ed Talks” series, 2014 Hillary Laureate and 2015 Hillary Step co-winner Mike Brune (Executive Director, Sierra Club) addresses climate change pre-Paris, the need to keep fossil fuels in the ground, and the enormous opportunities inherent in the rapidly emerging clean-tech economy.
Jeremy Leggett speaks to the Dutch translation of his latest book "Winning the Carbon War" (up to and post Paris), June 2016.