George Ingram

George Ingram, Senior Fellow, Brookings Institution

Posts by George Ingram

  • January 11, 2019

    How Corporations Are Approaching Sustainability and the Global Goals

    George Ingram, Mai Nguyen, Milan Bala | January 11, 2019

    Corporations are increasingly building sustainability into their business strategies, and linking outcomes to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), as seen in the 7,500 companies issuing annual sustainability or corporate responsibility reports in accordance with the Global Reporting Initiative. Given this evolution in corporate thinking and action, the pertinent questions are “why” and “how.”

  • February 18, 2016

    The 2017 U.S. foreign aid budget and U.S. global leadership: The proverbial frog in a slowly heating pot

    George Ingram in Congress, Diplomacy, Global Development | February 18, 2016

    On February 9, President Obama submitted his FY 2017 budget request to Congress. The proposed international affairs budget is down 1 percent from current funding levels and 12 percent (in constant dollars) since 2010, better than many domestic accounts. In addition, outside the regular budget, the administration is proposing $1.8 billion ($376 million from the international affairs budget account) to meet the latest pandemic — the Zika virus. Given the budget environment, the proposed amounts for the international affairs budget seem reasonable.

  • March 15, 2013

    Reflections on Rotaract Week

    George Ingram | March 15, 2013

    This week Rotary International commemorates the founding of its first Rotaract Club – Rotary sponsored service clubs for young men and women ages 18-30 – by encouraging the members of its 8,400 clubs worldwide to spread the word about their service and get more people involved in their work […]