Dumbo Feather - Issue 55

Behind extraordinary ideas, there are extraordinary people. Dumbo Feather is a magazine about these people.  This issue: Professor Muhammad Yunus talks microfinance; Kate Raworth shows us how we can meet the needs of all within the needs of the planet; and Charles Eisenstein illuminates a story of reunion through ecology and interdependence, plus many more.

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This issue:

  • Professor Muhammad Yunus is a Bangladeshi social entrepreneur who founded Grameen, one of the first microfinance banks which makes loans to the poor without requiring collateral.
  • Kate Raworth is a self-described “renegade economist” from Oxford whose Doughnut economic model shows us how we can meet the needs of all within the needs of the planet.
  • Charles Eisenstein is an author, speaker and thought leader illuminating the journey we are on from a story of separation to a new (yet ancient) story of reunion: ecology and interdependence.
  • Professor Dan Ariely is an Israeli psychologist and behavioural economist. He founded the Centre for Advanced Hindsight, which studies how and why people make suboptimal and irrational decisions—particularly around health, finance and morality.
  • Konda Mason is co-founder of Impact Hub Oakland and a former Grammy-award nominee. She is also a yoga teacher and is currently studying the dharma with Jack Kornfield at Spirit Rock.
  • Don Shaffer is the former CEO of Rudolf Steiner Finance, an investment firm that serves borrowers who are committed to sustainable practices and investors who value community impact as well as profit.
  • Helena Norberg-Hodge is the founder of Local Futures, a non-profit dedicated to strengthening local communities and economies worldwide. Her book, Ancient Futures, is about tradition and development in the Himalayan region of Ladakh.
  • Michelle Long is the former CEO of BALLE (business alliance for local economies) and co-founder of Jubilee, a pioneering investment platform for people wanting to protect what is sacred with their financial capital.

Dumbo Feather is a magazine for people who want to be told a different story than the one they hear every day. Every quarter, they scour the globe for stories of people who inspire, excite, or just slow us down. Dumbo people don’t need to be famous, they just need to be people worth knowing. We bring you their stories in the form of long-form, in-depth interviews.

With beautiful production values, stunning photography and groundbreaking art direction, Dumbo Feather is a magazine like no other.

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