Solve the world’s biggest problems by making peace profitable

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People. Planet. Profit

How do we fight climate change, racism, war, polarisation, gender equality, and all the other problems humanity faces?

By incentivizing the solution. 

We believe that the best way to undo the damage that rampant capitalism and irresponsible use of technology have done, is from the inside out.

We’re bringing about change from the ground up by making positive social change profitable.


Amplify Your Impact

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Corporate Organizations

How are you measuring your positive social impact beyond CSR?

We can help you discover new ways to create positive interactions while running a profitable business.

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Are you an entrepreneur looking to reduce bias in the workplace? Do you have a brilliant idea that combines human rights with supply chain software? Are you designing AI for ethical outcomes?

Join a community of practice making a difference in our common society.

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A community of engineering schools looking to pioneer the new field of Peace Engineering.

Do you have curriculum or research that you want to contribute to this new field?

Who We’ve Worked With


What We Do


“That’s how it’s always been done”

The modern world was built for the rich on the backs of the poor. By maintaining that status-quo, we’re helping the rich get richer, while the planet, the poor, and the marginalized take the brunt of it.

The only real path to peace is by dismantling systems that exacerbate issues like climate change, inequality, and polarization.

So, we’re going back to the drawing board, re-inventing the way businesses run, the way technology is used, the way we interact with one another, and putting peace at the center of all of it.

The time for discourse is over.
We’re not just sitting around in a circle swapping end-of-the-world theories, we’re on the ground doing the work to help humanity course-correct.

While we’re fully aware of technology’s role in the degeneration of the planet, decades of research at Stanford University have shown us that when used ethically and responsibly, technology can do extraordinary things.

We decided it was about time we leveraged the power of technology for good.

Now, we’re assembling some of the brightest minds on the planet and putting them to work on the world’s most pressing issues.

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Technology can influence us with a power we would never allow other humans to have over us; but, without even realizing, we’ve become habituated to letting technology influence us in that way. If powerful entities are going to use technology for harm, can we intentionally design technology for good?
— Mark Nelson, Co-Director, Peace Innovation Institute